Is there a way to make my hub link up with the request it answered when I didn't start making my answering hub with the "reply to request" option?
No, there isn't, although there have been a few requests for that option.
What I did was to email the requester that I had answered the request and then used the comments section in my hub to point readers back to the request.
Guess I need to go over to the new features forum and enter my request for an option to flag hubs answering a request after they've been initiated without the reply to request feature.
Angela, I did make that request here
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