Can someone please show me the format for creating a hub URL? Each time I try creating a URL I'm told there arent enough dashes, numbers and underscores in my URL.
The URL of a Hub will automatically populate when you enter the Hub's title (see below):
An error can result from a duplicate URL. What is the title of the Hub you are attempting to create?
There must have been some kind of typo error. All you have to do is refresh the page and start entering the title afresh.
by DjBryle6 years ago
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by Teeboy15 years ago
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by Katleigh Merrier6 days ago
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by Sanjay Sharma2 years ago
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by Janis Leslie Evans3 years ago
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by ThunderKeys4 years ago
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