Is there anyway to search Hubs using keywords?
When I come up with an article topic, I'd like to do a quick search to see if there are other topics that are similar to what I'm about to write-to give me the option to opt out of writing about a topic that's been exhausted. While I know I can explore topics, it would make it easier to do a search using keywords. Is this option available and I just can't find it?
Go into the search bar at the top of the page,search something and select "Search results for Topics". Should do the trick.
1. type your search query in the top of the page and hit enter.
2. you will see a "scope your search" on the right.
3. At the bottom you will see Advanced search. (picture attached)
4. A new world opens up. enjoy.
by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
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by kmackey32 6 years ago
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by Mary 5 years ago
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by David 470 7 years ago
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