When I am adding links to my hubs it is adding the same link more than once after I save the changes. Is this happening to anyone else or am I doing something wrong?
I have experienced the very same problem when using links capsules. Sometimes, links were repeated once or twice.
I thought it was something I was doing....it worked fine in the past it was just recently giving me problems.
Indeed, that is how it was. Soon enough, it will be restored, and thanks for opening this helpful thread.
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