I just notice some hubs have a next page or previous page capsule showing on the bottom of the hub - like an orange arrow pointing to the next hub or an arrow pointing to the previous one.
How do you do that?
I check on the link capsule but I could not figure out if there is a way to do it . . .
That happens if you put your hubs in different groups. You can get to the "groups" page from the "my account" hub.
I finally understand it....thank you very much for your help.
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