Two quick questions on using more then one account
I enjoy writing on politics and want to use one dedicated account for that. I want another account for everything else. (How many accounts can you have?) Question, I would like input on members that have more then one account and is it possible to move written hubs to one account to the other?
To the best of my knowledge, there is no limit to the number of accounts you can have. However, I don't think it's possible to export written hubs to another account.
That would work fine. There is no limit, though you will need a seperate email address for each one. The only way to move them would be to delete them from the first account (after saving them to your computer first) then wait a few days for them to clear from the system. Then you can put them onto the new account. There is no other way to transfer them. You have to manually do it.
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