When creating a table in Ms Excel we can place hyperlinks in the cells. I would love to be able to do that here. I am working on a hub about a particular program where I am listing the schools. I am using a table because it's easier to follow with the other information I am providing. It would be nice to be able to link the schools' program pages for easy access for my readers.
Staff, will this be possible to implement?
It is not possible as of yet, or at least, it wasn't possible when I had made a hub including a table last year. As far as I know, they haven't upgraded the functionality of tables to do such things as of yet.
I have also had a need for this and would love to see it as an additional feature. I've needed it several times. For example, I was making a table and wanted to reference where a person could read more on the topic, as it was outside of the scope of my current hub.
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