I am trying to make my first hub and I wanted to put in an article. I happened to put the wrong headline/title in in the beginning. I did not think that was a problem, because when I went to edit my article and pictures there is a box in the settings that says: Title. So I put in my right title there but when I preview it, the old title is still showing. What do I do wrong?
Changes to any of the things in the top box on the hub editing page (including the title) won't take effect until you click done editing. They won't appear in a preview.
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