After publishing and having a hub featured, can we split the hub up into another hub?
If we have a hub that is already featured, and decide that we could actually take some of the content from that hub and create another one, are we allowed to do that or would it be considered to be duplicate content.
If you create a new Hub and replicate material from an existing Hub without first removing that content from the original Hub, then it can be moderated as duplicate.
So just make sure the content is removed from the original Hub before you attempt to publish it in a new one.
You may not take the content as it is from your featured hub. But, I feel, you can rewrite some of the portion of your hub into your new hub using new phrases and sentences so as to fill your requirement there. Or, otherwise, delete the portion from your original hub and add it in your new hub.
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