What does 'Share with Followers' do?
At the bottom of your hub there is a share button, one of the options is to 'Share with followers'. What does clicking this button do?
When you hit the share button, any of your followers who are on the HubFeed will see the article that you shared. I do it all the time with other people's articles and my own!
Thanks for the question and answer! I never even noticed the Share button. Big help JSMatthew and Phil Plasma.
It works rather like the retweet button on twitter.
Sharing with your followers sends them a link to the hub you want to share. It tells them what you are reading and what you think they may like.
I use it very sparingly myself. But I have had some people send me great hubs this way, some I would never have looked for or found otherwise.
A very useful tool.
I was wondering about that, thanks for asking and for answering!
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