I am totally unable to link to any of my articles within hubs that I am in the process of editing. Please help asap! I am using Chrome and just added the Grammerly extension. Could that be the problem? I sure hope not because I love it!
I did some research and confirmed that the link tool is designed to only show published Hubs.
However, you can add the URL manually in the URL field for the Hub to add the link.
Every hub I have is published, and I tried copying and pasting the URL as suggested, and that does not work either.
Sorry you are having trouble adding a link.
I tested using the link tool after your first post and had no issues using it and adding a link for an unpublished Hub manually.
I would suggest disabling any browser extensions, clearing the browser cache, and restarting the browser to see if that fixes your problem.
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