As you can tell, I'm brand new to the community. I've been here for 24 hours, and I've been reading some cool articles all around. But so far, I haven't found a way to save the articles that I like to reference later or even reread. What I'm doing so far is saving them to my Evernote using Web Clipper... But it'd be so much easier if I knew how to save them here. Is there a "like" button or something, or maybe a reading list that I can add articles to read later?
There isn't one on HubPages as far as I know, but why don't you just do it the traditional way and bookmark them?
There are a few things you can do to save articles:
copy and paste them into your own word processor
sign up for flipboard and create a magazine where you can save them
Using Flipboard is the easiest because once you set up an account (it's free) the only bookmark you'll need is the one for Flipboard. You can also save other articles you find on the net there and can even place your own there, which will help you to get more page views once you write more hubs.
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Pocket is also good if you don't want to use up your Evernote allowance. Getpocket .com
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