What do you need to do to get those links of related hubs underneath the "Was this Hub?... useful"
(I'm not talking about the links capsule) I have seen hubs that have links with right and left arrows on the sides and these are located below the actual hub, underneath the "useful, funny, awesome, beautiful" buttons. What do I to do to get those kinds of links?
Those are other hubs that belong in a similar group as the one you are reading. If you click on 'my account' and then in the left column click 'groups', you can sort your hubs into groups. They'll then show up under the rating buttons on your hubs. Hope this helps!
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