I've been clicking on the "suggested links," icon in my hubs, but suggested hubs to link with are no longer appearing. How come?
Because HP is phasing out "suggested links", but just haven't removed the button from the hubs creation software.
Thanks much. I guess there will be a replacement function serving the same purpose???
Hey Digs, HP already has a search function which can be used by writers to locate other related links to link to. Not to mention, on every hub, there happens to be a "related" section on the right side.
All suggested links were to link to related keyword material. Which is something you can do without the assistance. Just have to learn and understand the totality of using HP.
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