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How do you change a photo that HubPages has chosen for you?
I recently published an article without photos, just because I did not have any readily accessible, but when I just tried to share it on Facebook, the system chose to use a photo from another one of my articles, which did not even make sense, and would have caused the readers to be misled. I, therefore, deleted my post. Is there a way to get that automated photo changed? Please comment below. Thank you.
You should be able to sign in to your account, then hover over your name and click "My Account." When you see the listing of your Hubs you will need to click on the Hub you need to update. Then after you click on the link you should see your article and a button at the top which will let you "Edit." From there you should see any photos which are in your article and either delete it or put in a new photo.
Thank you, but this is not actually what I meant. I know how to do those things already, but if you choose to publish a hub that does not have any photos, HubPages automatically inserts a generic one, but here, they used a photo from another hub.
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