Is there any way to save a hub as a favourite? I know I'm soon going to lose track of all these good hubs!
I'm overloaded with browser bookmarks! I just wondered if there was a facility to save hubs within HubPages.
What is no.
Sorry there isn't. You can organized your bookmarks on Firefox. Just make a folder named "Hubs" and save them there, its that simple .
Maybe you could copy them and paste into word and save in your documents.
But do not copy any of the work you are saving. I have done that with the recipies into a recipie file.
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