Forgive me for being dense, but how the heck am I supposed to add new content to my hub?
All I can figure out is how to edit what's already there, and I don't want to do that.
didn't get u..u have one hub..now u want to add content to same hub or write new one altogether?...if u want to add content to same hub use edit button and enter content which u want to add..suppose u want to write on different topic/title , make new hubpage...
You can edit your hub. You can add or remove content from your hubs or can create new hubs.
Each article is a separate hub. You said you don't want to edit an existing article, so I'm assuming that you mean you would like to create a new article.
At the top of your screen, on the right, you should see the words "start a new hub." Click on it; that's where you begin a fresh article.
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You are not dense. I am using mine as a sort of diary (trying to destress and make sense of my ailing business) plus hoping to help others see some humor in their own business problems. I did the first hub on Sunday and after quite an eventful last few days wanted to write the next page. In the end, I felt it was better to add some more paragraphs to the existing ones as a new hub would not make sense unless you had read the first rantings.
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