Why isn't my latest hub showing up on my profile?
I published it many hours ago and it came up in the feed but it's still not showing up on my profile page. Any idea?
Hello Sparkster, I published my hub yesterday and it hasn't shown up either. I think they're doing some update software or they are not publishing hubs until 24 hours? New policy maybe? I am in the apprentice program so maybe I can ask my mentor. Will let you know if I find the answer. See you soon.
I had a hub that never showed up in my profile even though all of the rest of my hubs did. It was published over a year ago. I changed the picture and it showed up. So it was some kind of issue with the picture. I had apparently not labeled the source of the original photo, which I guess was the issue. Other than that I have never had any other issues with hubs showing up on my profile.
The same thing happened to me yesterday when I published my Hub. It finally showed up sometime this morning.
As of October 8, both newly published hubs and currently idle hubs won't show on your profile page unless you edit your profile settings to display idle/pending hubs on your profile. There was a forum announcement about this, but it didn't get much notice.
It should show up after 24 hours, once it gets past its review period. I just had one of mine show up that I published last night.
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