This must be a trivia thing, I doubt it would be possible, but would be great if it is, or at least available within 24 hours of the hub creation? I came up with this thought because I've made quite a few mistakes on picking names for my new hubs. It is after all my own fault, not be able to think too well, but sometimes when I believe I've thought so thoroughly, I still ended up giving a not ideal names, so I had to delete and recreate the same hub under a different name.
If this is out of the question, would it be a good idea to make it possible that we could copy a newly created hub under the new name so we won't have to do all the work from scratch?
Forgive me if this is simply too insignificant, can't help it, it happened to me to many times recently (though I'm the one to blame)
You can change the title at any time simply by clicking on the title while in editing mode. However, you cannot change the URL.
Thanks, website examiner, guess it would not be possible, just have to be a lot more thoughtful and careful before I pick names for my new hubs
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