An alternate tiny url is given when you publish a new hub that has a long url. I did not write it down, I thought I could recover it somewhere from my account's panel/widgets... but now, I wish I had write it down, as I cannot find that information.
Is there a way to get back that information for a hub already published?
Thanks in advance for your answers.
Click on the 'share it' button in your hub. That's located just above the comment box. Then you will need to right-click on 'tweet this' and copy the url from which you can extract the shortened url. This is because the long urls get shortened basically for the purpose of submitting to twitter.
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