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Is it possible to automatically link your hubs within the same group?
I see a lot of hubbers that have links to their own related hubs on the bottom of each hub. Is there a way to do that automatically or do they do that everytime they write a new hub?
You need to create a new Group under "my account," / "groups." Then you drag the hubs that you want grouped together into the Group. Each time you want to add a new hub, you must drag it into the Group, usually with the most recent hub on top.
Go to 'Your Hubs', look at the black area on the left and find the section marked 'Groups'. Designate groups and put all your hubs into groups. Once this is done, they will automatically link to the others in the group.
You didn't quite get my question. I know how to make groups.
The thing is: some hubbers have on their hubs a section at the bottom saying "More from the same author" or something like that.
My question is: is there a way to do that without manually write and make links?
Alexatomas, that would be a linking capsule. You need to create one for each hub. There is no way to automate it. But the capsule has a search feature, which makes it easier for you to find your own hubs and link to them.
The only automation is "related hubs" on the right panel, which goes according to what tags and categories have been used for the hub.
Are u talking about RSs feed where other articles are linked at bottom of page? I just read a rule where all links must be related to article. I just deleted some of my links.
by Marina2 years ago
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by Isabella Snow10 years ago
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by Marcy Goodfleisch5 years ago
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by WriteAngled8 years ago
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by Sherry Venegas3 years ago
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by Melanie Shebel5 years ago
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