I've noticed that other hubbers favorite topics are displayed below their hubs, but mine are not showing up. I tried signing out and pulling up my page to see if that would change things, but it doesn't.
Do you have to publish a certain number of hubs before it will display your favorites? If not, how do you get them to show up?
Thank you. I have a ways to go then. Still not quite
done working on my first.
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