What does the black triangle with an exclamation mark mean? It's beside one of my hubs where the blue or red triangle go? Any help would be appreciated Thanks!
Broken link. Go in to edit the page and it will show you which one.
Isn't that the symbol for broken links? The one that numerous people have reported as not showing up on the new "My Account" page?
[Hi, again, PB. I'm not following you around, I promise!]
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