Do you mean just renaming the title of the hub itself? That's possible to do, all you have to do is go to edit mode and.. well.. change the title.
As far as I know that's the most you can do in blogger, as well. I just test edited a few of my blog posts and while you can change the title and republish the entry, the URL itself doesn't seem to change at all.
I'm not a blogger expert, but if you can change the URL I'm not aware of how..?
Apologies if you were asking something entirely different.
No, you can't rename a URL after it's published, because a URL isn't really a name, it's a place - if you change it, it's a different place!
Sometimes, if you just click 'answer this request' you can end up with a pretty silly looking URL, unless you change it before publishing.
But all is not lost - what you can do is unpublish the hub and reuse the content on a more sensible URL.
The TITLE, on the other hand is just content, so can be changed at any time.
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