where do i look to find the links to my hubs. i didn't see a topic header under FAQ and i want to be able to use the shortened URLs to post in the Hub Challenge but i can't seem to find the links. can anyone out there tell me?
Click on "my account" at the top of the page. You'll see list of your hubs, mouse over them and right click on the links for right-click menu> copy link location. You'll get link URL copied.
Just to let you know....the only question that is ever stupid is the one that is never asked.
You can export the Links to csv file from the statistic page. That would be another way of getting hub links.
I think this forum explains what you are looking for:
you can easily get it
go to my account then click on your hub of which you want link then you get your link on address bar of your browser, Just copy it paste anywhere you want.
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