Also make sure that you're connected to the right package server, with one of the following options:
Set the Julia: Package Server setting to https://juliahub.com.
Set the JULIA_PKG_SERVER environment variable to https://juliahub.com globally or in ~/.julia/config/startup.jl.
Use the JuliaHub: Show command to open the JuliaHub pane. The extension will automatically connect to JuliaHub (provided you've set the package server correctly as described above) and you can access the job configuration options as well as any jobs you might have already run on this server.
To submit a new job, open a Julia file and use the JuliaHub: Use this file command (also available in the File Explorer) or click the Use current editor button in the JuliaHub pane. If you have a Project.toml and Manifest.toml adjacent (or somewhere up te directory tree), we will use that to bundle all necessary dependencies and upload them to the server as soon as you select a valid job configuration and click on Start Job. You can also use standalone Julia files, but that workflow isn't recommended because it doesn't provide full reproducability.
The job list allows you to monitor the state of your job and allows you to stop it, if necessary. Click the Live button to see a near-realtime stream of log events (and stdout/stderr stream) emitted by your job.