Hy! I am new here so sorry if this is not a place to ask this question, but how can I follow articles? or save them ..or something ..so I could easily find them anytime ??? Thnx!
If you make an account on HubPages and comment on the article, you'll get notifications for when the article receives a new account.
But better yet, just bookmark it, which can be done for any webpage, HubPages or not. For my computer, I can do this my clicking the settings icon (looks like three vertical dots) in the upper right and then accessing the bookmark feature from it. Alternatively, use the star icon on the right side of the URL box.
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