In some cases, if the Hub happened to have been published and crawled by an external site, you can find it is using a tool like the Internet Archive's Wayback machine. You can enter your full Hub URL and see if there was a copy made. https://archive.org/web/web.php I did check your account, though, and don't see any Hubs indicated as deleted, so you might just want to double check your unpublished Hubs here.
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How do I retrieve the contents of my hub which I mistakenly deleted?
I saw a sign saying that one of my hub could be tagged as overrated, and while trying to correct it, the contents of the hub suddenly disappeared, all effort to retrieve it failed and right now it is basically empty. Please help! I want to retrieve it because I really love that particular hub. Thanks in anticipation.
From my understanding, unless you have it saved to a folder, document, etc. the file is probably gone from HP. I do not believe HP would be able to assist you. It is a good idea to always save your hubs on your computer.
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