It might be a one off glitch, but I added extra content to an article a couple of days ago and the "changed" date didn't update. The updated date in the article itself didn't change either. This anomaly only occurred on one hub. I changed several others recently and there wasn't a problem.
Hi eugbug, that's odd! Let us know if it happens again!
Possibly I could have navigated off the article, without saving but I think I saved the capsules (well I must have because when I view the article they are there). I notice from a related discussion 5 years ago (Anne Hind's post below) that the issue was caused by a data centre migration.
I have a similar problem. I removed some content and added new content to a hub more than a week ago. But my account page shows it was last changed more than a year ago.
The article itself shows the same erroneous date for "last updated". My content changes are in the article though. I removed an image and added a new image. I also removed several paragraphs and added several new paragraphs.
The article is in TurboFuture BTW. Don't know if that's relevant. It's the only article I have on that site.
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