I notice that whenever I publish a new hub, I am given an alternate, shorter URL I can use to link to that hub. I've never paid much attention to that, but now I would like to use the shorter URL for one of my hubs. The problem is I never recorded them and now I don't know how to find them anywhere. Is there a way I can retrieve that information?
Beats me, must be a new feature I wasn't aware of. Good luck with that.
There is another forum on this topic that may have the answer, sorry I don't know it offhand but use the Search Welcome to HubPages.
You make a good point! they implemented that feature yet I dont see any way to to reacquire the link...even if it is available again its certainly not in a naturally intuitive place.
what do you need the short url for? there are tons of ways to get short URL's
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