Today I posted a new Hub in which I had included a music video uplink from You Tube. My problem is the Music Video does not appear on Hub posting. I therefore have no idea if it also does not appear on the copy that goes out to my readers.
Can Hub please give me some guidance here? I've uploaded nearly 100 videos in the past so it's not like this is something new to me. Is there something wrong with Hub's upload systems? H E L P!?
Can you email us a link to the Hub?
Camille Harris: There are two hubs where this has happened. The link should be as follows firstname.lastname@example.org and the two hubs are as follows.
Thank you Christ Jesus
which is a musical tribute for Easter
and the second one, the one I posted today is titled
God's Holy Spirit.
like I said, I am not new to uploading music videos I've loaded up more than a hundred on different Hubs. These are the only two that I have posted lately whereby the videos disappear from my Hub copy for whatever the reason.
With the tribute Hub, I watched each video get copied. They were there, but then the next day poof, they're gone.
There are YouTube videos in both Hubs:
In the "God's Holy Spirit" Hub, the video appears in the top right corner and is titled "Come Holy Spirit I Need You"
In the "Thank You Christ Jesus" Hub there are 9 videos. It looks like the video "Holy Is the Lamb" was accidentally reposted three more times (after the first "Holy Is the Lamb" heading). You can replace these with the desired videos.
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