Regarding the new 'suggest a link' tool -- how do we unlink a couple links in each hub? I've tried and I've read stuff and I can't figure it out. Thank you for any help you can give.
You'll need to go into "Edit Hub". From there open the text capsule that contains the link, highlight the linked words and then at the top of the capsule should be two buttons - one looks like a link from a chain while the other resembles a broken chain link. Click the broken chain picture. This will remove the link from your hub. Click save capsule, done editing and voilà!
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