How do you perform a search specifically within a hubber or a hub?
Thank you, Kind Regards
On any page in explorer, go to the top left of the page and find the edit drop down list. In there, you can use the 'Find on this page' function. Is that what you are talking about?
On everyone's profile page, there is a search box, underneath the text "Search XYZ's hubs:"
If you want to find something within a Hub (this works on any web page) on your keyboard press:
which will open the browser's function to find text of your choice on the page.
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