How can i make two links at the end of my hubpage? It's look like this;
<- Ex1 Ex2 -> (How to do this?****)
***** Can someone please explain to me? I try with capsule link but it not appear like above.
It looks like what you are referring to is the section of the hub that points to others in a group. They are links, but not in the sense of the links capsule. If you put your hub in a group of your other hubs, that will automatically appear at the bottom.
I have allways wondered how that is done , good thread. And those links that automatically appear are point to the hubs in my group or other hubs that might have been added to a certain group. Thanks
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