How do you find the cache date of a hub? It used to be found following a search for the site.
I have done a search for Google cache date without any luck.
google allow us to open cached file by clicking on the "cached" word. when you will point on the links of search results you will see two little grey arrows on the right side of the link (arrows also point towards right). when you will click the arrows it will show the preview of the page and on the top of the page there will be a link named cached, click it and you will find its details.
Copy the hub's url. Then go to Google and search for
pasting the url after cache: (no space between url and colon)
Look at the top of Google's cached version of the hub, and it'll show when it was last crawled.
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