I started going through my hubs one by one to check RSS feeds and get rid of the general "My Latest Hubs" feeds and I am finding that something strange is happening...
When I change/update an RSS feed in one hub to list a specific "custom tag", it is changing/updating the "My Latest Hubs" RSS feeds in all my other hubs with the same change! Example: I changed the RSS feed in my hub on garage storage to list latest hubs with my home-related keyword and it then updated to include a hub about toiklet seats - all good for this hub. Then I went into a hub of mine about toy dolls and suddenly the "Latest Hubs" RSS casule is showing a hub on toilet seats!! What the heck is going on??
I just emailed the HP team, so hopefully someone will address this soon...
...heard back from the HP team and they are working on the issue, in case anyone else is wondering!
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