How to group hubs using the Grouping feature in a link?
When I was editing a hub a style tip popped up as "if you would like to link to your own Hubs, group them using the Grouping feature" Any idea how to use grouping feature in a link?
I don't know about grouping them using links if you mean creating your own links. Have you tried creating your own groups? If not, here are the basic steps.
1. Navigate to "my account".
2. On the first page, click on "groups" in the box under "hubs".
3. Once there, you can create titles for your groups. Be sure to click the box that asks if you want them to appear on your hubs.
4. Once you create the groups, you'll see them in a list. The last group will be "orphan hubs".
5. Drag the titles of your hubs to the group you want them in.
Once you have this done, all of the hubs in a group will be linked together. When you're at one hub in the group and you navigate to the end of the text you've written, there will be a "previous" and "next" link to other hubs in your group.
I hope this helped.
Thanks for the answer. I have already grouped the hubs under different areas. But when I used link capsule I was linking the hubs individually. I could not use the grouping feature in a link capsule
I haven't discovered that feature yet. I hope someone else can help.
Thank you! This is a feature that is not explained very well elsewhere…
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