I`d just like to know that apart from Facebook and Twitter (not fan of either of those sites) how can one just simply inform friends via email about a new Hub?
Each hub has a Share button, placed next to vote up/down etc. Press that, and you can choose share by email and then import addresses or enter them manually.
thanks a mill! I thought it was only for Facebook and Twitter!
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