I have run across a few incidents where someone asked a question that was answered in one of my existing hubs.
I would like to see the ability to select an existing hub in the 'write a hub about it' screen.
That might be a good idea.
I usually just post an answer saying I have written on the subject. I don't want to post a link, but maybe that would be OK?-- if it answers the question.
You can post an existing Hub already, just answer the question with a couple of lines and post a link to your Hub.
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