How does the "shared by" posting work on the "status" tab on hubpages?
just now noticed (so I'm not a detail person) that under "Status" next to "Question" and "Forum" one hub writer shares another's hub. So I don't get that. How dos that work? How does the shared hub get highlighted in blue, etc. I never knew this existed. It seems quite powerful in that as I looked today, I read a hub of interest that was actually written 2 years ago. HELP!
"Status" tab? Blue Highlighter? Where do I find these mystical things?
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