A few days back, I was answering a question on home cleaning. After I submitted my answer, I noticed that the word 'cleaning' was hyperlinked to hubpages topic on home cleaning. I went back, deleted the word, retyped it and again submitted the answer. Again, the hyperlink is there. I did not introduce it. How did it appear? Was this feature always there?
I asked this as a question in Q&A section, but did not get any answers. Today, again this happened in one of the answers. I am curious to know, as I have never noticed hyperlinks like these in other answers.
I noticed this tonight for the first time too, only in my case the word was 'smoking'. Must be a new thing, but still not sure I like it as I was following my answer with a good link of my own, and the auto one would appear first, so I could lose the views as a result.
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