it's quite simple really.
When you have the text capsule open and you have written text, highlight the text that you want to use as a link to somewhere else like another one of your hubs or any other website in the internet and click on the connected chain near the top right hand corner.
When you click on the connected chain, not the broken chain, another capsule will come up. In that capsule you can choose any one of your hubs or paste any other url into the empty space provided.
Best thing to do is to try it out first and practice with it, that way you will learn to use it better.
I hope this answers your question.
as G miah says...but for greater visibility I like to use the blue boxes as links to draw awareness to specific related hubs.
to get capsules to turn blue you need to 'push' them to the right hand side. Then when you edit it you will se ethe colour options above the text box.
So create a link capsule as normal, then push it right. Hit edit again and you can turn in it blue.
Can also be done with normal text boxes on the right hand side.
Okay. I think I got it. I'll try it with my next hub. Thanks y'all.
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