I have seen several hubs that contain text, and if you click on that text, it will take you to another hub by the same author. Could someone please tell me how to do that? Thank you!
When you're in a text capsule, you'll see an icon in the top bar that looks like a chain. Type your text, highlight it, then click on the chain. Paste in the URL of your other Hub in the box that pops up. That's all there is to it!
Have you read Darkside's Hubs on how to Hub yet? He has several. Read them all and you'll find most of your questions already answered.
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