How to automatically create links of grouped Hubs at ends of individual Hubs
I have just completed a set of ten hubs. They are all in a Group; "Earthquake Prediction". would like all the links for these Hubs to appear automatically at the bottom of each Earthquake Prediction Hubs. Is this possible? Have browsed Help, but still can't work out how.
Can any one help? Many thanks
You can create an RSS feed for each hub in your series. Or you can link them using the link capsule, positioning either capsule at the bottom of your hub. The "groups" option below the "vote up" section allows for only 2 links for any given group. So you may find the rss or link capsules your best option.
Hope this helps,
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