Does anyone know how I can insert a link in my text. i.e. have click here and when they do it takes them to an affiliate site?
in the text capsule there is a little chain icon (like a chain link!) after highlighting your selected text click that
or you can switch to html mode and hand code
that same icon exists in just about any text editor you can find
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