How do you get a You Tube video onto your hub?
I must be dumb because I have not figured it out..... yet!
You're not dumb, just new
All you do is add a video capsule to your hub - then find a suitable/appropriate video and paste the url into it.
And that's it. Darkside wrote a great article about capsules. Give me a minute and I'll retrieve it for you.
Back - here it is: Capsules
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