I misspelled the url I want to use for my hub. Do I have to delete the current hub and create a new one? or way to edit it?
Welcome, Unfortunately if you misspelled the url you'll have to start over with the url of your liking. Some of the best hubbers have accidentally done this and didn't realize it until after publishing the hub. Don't delete it until you have copied any of the information that you may have started in the hub first to the new hub. Good luck
Also you may have to change the title slightly until the published hub is deleted, give that about 24-48 hours then go back and edit the title back to the way you needed it.
Yes, if you want the URL to be exact, then you have to start over.
Short and to the point yes but if you need further assistance be sure to post back. I explained some in post above
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