I am creating a hub and want to add on another hub related to a subtopic i will be discussing in it.
Any help would be highly appreciated.
There are three ways to link Hubs:
1. Highlight text in Hub that you want linked to the other Hub, while in edit mode of the text capsule; click the icon that looks like a chain link, above the text; put the url of the Hub in the box for the url.
2. There is a links capsule where you can put links to articles, you can put the Hub in there.
3. You can create a group for the topic in your My Account, under Groups. You just put Hubs together in groups that you name. At the bottom of the Hub, another Hub in that group will have a link to it.
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