If your hub has the edit bot do you have to edit the hub or has it been done for you?
Louise, it's already been done for you. If you disagree with the edit, you can uncheck the box.
I was wondering that, too. Good question. What's annoying is that many of the "correction" are on other people's comments that shouldn't be changed, I don't think. Can we get rid of the bot figure on our hubs on our account page after we've looked?
Vicki, After the next update to the new editbot coming in a few days - when you review the changes the bot will disappear. Wait for the new version. And by the way, poor spelling/grammar in comments hurts Google ranking on your hubs.
by Pollyannalana 3 years ago
The bots have found 53 errors in comments in my Darlie Routier hub! Should I delete them or just do nothing or what?
by Ciel Clark 5 years ago
"That's the way it's always been done." Do you agree with this statement or does it bother you?I like traditions and history, but saying something is right just because it's always been done that way is no recommendation to me. What do you think?
by kimbrewaa 6 years ago
When I revise or edit a hub, does it show anywhere that I have done this?I have revisited my hubs continuously and have added or reconstructed things here and there. Does that show up anywhere? That it has been changed? and if it doesn't, should it?
by Dale Hyde 4 years ago
Well, after all these years, well....almost three years, I have been hit with this for my most recent hub...."Not Featured - Quality"....I am left to wonder about the quality of my other hubs, lol, as I don't just publish garbage. Well in my opinion anyway. However, it appears...
by Joan Whetzel 6 years ago
Of all the things that have "always been done this way," which would you change?How would you change these things?
by Nell Rose 12 months ago
On the subject of our Hubs. How on earth can they edit one hub for example, at least four times? Specially since I have not touched it since the first edit!I have checked a few of mine, and yes of course I am grateful for the free edits, who wouldn't be? But why do the Bots or editors have to do...
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