Why is a 3 day old hub not featured or idle?
I have a 3 day old hub. I published 2 that day. One now has the H next to it while the other went from the circle to nothing. Why?
The one with the H is featured. It shows everywhere and it like the old normal. The one with nothing next to it is Normal, which is like the old zzz'd hubs. I don't know why it is like that, but they do not have the zz's now and just claim they are normal.
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