I noticed some hubs from great writers has the option for other hubs at the bottom.
The sign is the hub name and button left or right.
Sorry can't explain well as I am not sure what it is called. How do you get that into your hub?
Thanks in advance!
Create a links capsule, insert your links one by one, add a headline and make modifications as needed. It will be placed below the comments capsule by default, however I'd recommend putting it just above the comments capsule instead.
I think he is taking about something else. It isn't related to capsules, but if you group your hubs in categories and have several hubs on similar subjects the arrows direct people to your other titles in the category.
I think this may be something different that nicregi is asking about. Do you mean at the bottom of the hub, there will be the name of another hub with an arrow pointing to the right, and a different hub with an arrow pointing to the left? (Sometimes there is only one of those.)
If that's what you are talking about, that comes from putting your hubs into Groups. Look on your My Account page, and find the section for Groups. There you can choose a topic for organizing the groups (as a random example, "Easy Recipes for Single Men to Prepare in Ten Minutes"; or "Making Wise Investment Decisions"). When you put them in groups, those titles automatically show up at the bottom of a hub, to lead you to another hub in the same group.
(Sorry Rochelle, our posts crossed.)
Thanks Rochelle, I see...
-Under "my account," click Groups.
-Click "Add New Group." Call it whatever you like.
-Start dragging all hubs you want grouped inside the group (drag-and-drop)
- The most recent hub should be placed on top inside the group. This way, the left and right arrows will work as intended.
- By default, the group's name will be displayed on the hub. In my experience, it tends to stick even though you deselect that option when creating the group. To get rid of that, you can deselect it under "edit" just above the "add new group" button.
Oh great advise guys!
Didn't expect to see so many replies (pss..I am at work lol)
Anyway, going to try out later! Thanks guy~ Love you all
And, although this does not answer the question, the option the WE was first talking about could also be an RSS feed. I like them both.
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