I noticed in some hubs - the blue-colored text (title of another hub) which I usually saw in the first few sentences in the body text of a hub. How to do this?
I'm not talking about adding Link capsule here and then adding links to some of your hubs or other's hubs coz' I know how to do this.
that blue colored text is a link within the text capsule. You can do thst by highliting the word or words you wish to link then pressing the insert link button at the top of thetext capsule (the chain link) A box pops up where you paste the url u wish to link to. And voila...blue text
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