I am new to all this didn't realize that I needed to click the answer this question and then "create a hub about it." Can I simply "answer the question" and provide a link to the hub I have written for the hubmob? I really don't want to transfer all the information from one hub to the other. I didn't see a way to select and existing or unpublished hub either.
Thanks for the help.
I ended up doing both because I didnt understand the instructions properly lol.
In that section you mentioned I think instead of choosing answer ,you choose 'make a hub about it' then use one of the suggested titles given...
Alernatively ask this question again in this thread
Good luck and happy hubbin
Thanks Eaglekiwi, I figured it out too late as well. I thought about asking in that topic but thought this was more general than the weekly hubmob topic. I am hoping I can just provide a link and not redo the hub. That would be a lot of work.
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