I updated a ToughNickel hub over 12 hours ago and the last changes still do not show up on Maven. When I look at it with the "author view" link, all the changes are there.
Did anyone else notice this problem with any of the niche sites on Maven?
If you made any changes recently, check your article on Maven to be sure it transferred.
Yes, I edited some of my Hobbylark articles yesterday and the exact same thing happened to me. It was hours before the changes could be seen on Mavern.
Thank you everyone for your input. I reported this to the team and they are working on it.
chef-de-jour, I didn't have this problem last month either. I first noticed it yesterday.
You've posted this in tutorials and community. Staff may not see it. I'm guessing you contacted them about it already though?
I just received another reply. They fixed it. That was quick!
That's some smooth result, impressive. We'll need your input on all future glitches and problems if you don't mind Glenn!!
There was an announcement somewhere, if I remember correctly, which told that if we update an article then it would reflect in Maven only after 4-5 days.
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