I have several hubs on related topics and I have links to each on my hubs. When I create a new hub, I have to go back in to each related hub and manually add the link.
I do categorize the hubs under the same "group", but the navigation just doesn't seem to be as intuitive IMO.
Is there a function where it will automatically update all of my related hubs when I add a new one?
Have you tried using an RSS feed? That might work.
Awesome! I can do up to 8 related hubs through the RSS - which is a lot better than what i was doing!
?rss was added on to the end of the url.
Great! Thanks Mutiny92 and relache, this is really helpful!
Just wonder how I didn't found about it earlier
by Eugene Brennan 13 months ago
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by L C David 4 years ago
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by Dr. John Anderson 6 years ago
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