Can I continue to add more articles to the same hub or should I create a new hub for each one?
The articles relate to the same topic and it would be more convenient to have just one hub and keep adding to it like a blog.
I recommend writing separate articles and then clicking on My Account (up above) and clicking Groups - there, you can link them all together.
I hope this helps!
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