How do I attach other pieces of my work to follow one of my hubs at the bottom of the one in view?
I have noticed some hubbers have other of their own hubs listed at the conclusion of ...
Use a links capsule, and then place links to your other (hopefully related) hubs in that capsule. Then you will have links at the bottom of your hub to other hubs.
Additionally, if you write several hubs on the same topic, you can put them in the same group and then they will automatically appear at the bottom of the page.
If you group your hubs readers can click through to hubs in the same group at the bottom of the page. I was wondering if that's what you mean. You can either do it under settings when you are editing your hub. Or you can do it from your My Account page by clicking on Groups, you can add groups there, and move hubs into the appropriate group.
by Ari Lamstein 7 years ago
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by Rahul Parashar 14 months ago
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by kimbrewaa 7 years ago
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by Debbie Carey 7 years ago
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by Rahul Parashar 5 years ago
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by SaiKit 7 years ago
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