What is the summary text? And were can i find it on my hubs??
Okay, the summary text, I take it, is what will appear when it crops up in the search results, when you Google it or whatever and it appears on a page.
In your hub, while in edit mode, at the top, there should be a tab that says "summary text". By default it's set to automatic, but you can uncheck that box, and type in your own summary text manually. It's actually recommended that you do this by some people.
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