I got a notification that my question was answered and clicked on the link in my email. It seems like there is more to the answer than I am able to read. How do I pull up the entire answer to my question?
By visiting your own profile page, you can see a list called Hubtivity, which includes links to the questions that you have asked, which in turn include all of the answers to these questions. You can visit your profile page by clicking on "my profile" on the top right corner of your screen or by clicking on your user name on your forum post shown above.
I checked the questions: The answers were shown in their entirety.
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