One of My hub Needs revision. I made necessary changes.
I saw a message that "Please address the moderator set alert below before submitting this hub for publication"
I don't know How to set moderator set alert? Need help.
It seems hubs unpublished and put up for revision are always for revision, a euphemism for removed.
“Please address the moderator set alert below before submitting this hub for publication"
Here is another best guess on my part...
HP is using the word “alert” as a noun, but the way that HP has phrased it is causing people to interpret it as a verb.
Yes. It means the 'moderator-set' alert. That is what is shown there and that is to addressed before resubmitting.
I have the same issue. After making changes till I cant publish the article. How come nobody knows the right answer...? Well I tried to find links to moderators so I could write to them about the problem. No luck
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