How can I link one word to a website? I see it all the time in other people's hub. Please help. Thanks
In your text capsule, highlight whatever word you want to make a link. In the menu bar of the text capsule, you'll see what looks like a chain link. Click that, and a little window will pop up. Put the URL you want to link to in that window. Click 'Done' and you're all set.
Hope this helps
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