I have a problem I just finished editing my article and its word count is still the same. I have tried to correct it but it has even reduced the word count to just 18 words how do I correct this.
Did you hit the "done editing" button at the top of the page?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to the article and we can take a look.
No need to worry. You can use a Online word counter tool.
That wasn't the point of the original query. And again, you joined right before posting this so I presume you don't know how the HubTool works.
Are you here to write? If so, click Help, top right and navigate to the Learning Center.
If you are here to drop links, then don't bother.
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