Not just a link, but I've noticed on some Hubs that theres a small green arrow pointing left to a past Hub and one to the right with the next Hub in line. How do I activate this? Thanks ahead of time for the help.
You get this when you create "Groups" for your hubs. You will see the arrows pointing to another hub in that group.
You are welcome.
Also in your groups, you can position which hubs show up with the arrows. Take one of your hubs (drag-n-drop) and place a hub above and one below that hub. Save changes. --Now, check the hub in the middle by going to it. You will see the hub above and below (from groups page) by the arrows.
You cannot have them pointing to future hubs.. no way. You can make excellent use of grouping especially when a hub falls in two categories, you put the hub in a category but relate them in the group with hubs of another category.
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