When I put together a series it would be nice for the group to also copy. For instance, when I put together articles on home improvement, I need a volume of photos and the custom template is wonderful but often I forget to add in the group. Mimicing the whole format including the group would help streamline a group of Hubs all on the same topic. Perhaps too, the keywords could be copied too - all in an attempt to speed up the process of creation and attacking the attention of Google keywords.
State A New Hub
Copy Format - copy custom format from a previous Hub
....add in copy Group too?
Anything to avoid the spammers I am with you on! Thank you very much!
What about copying the horizontal rules for the formatting? I just found the horizontal rules and love the organization that it adds. If I could streamline the creation I could add a more consistent look to my Hubs - but again not at the expense of spam.
When you make a new Hub, you can copy the layout and capsule selection of one of your previous Hubs.
I think that's very beneficial without adding anything that makes spam easier to generate. Any content or finer specifics should have to come at the efforts of the author.
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