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Have created a related links lising and wanted to know if there was a way to copy the complete capsule as opposed to going ito every hub manually and copying each link over again.
Any assitance would be appreciated.
The links capsule does have a search feature though. If you use that and be creative with your searches, you will be able to find most of your hubs. For you, with only 6 hubs, just search for your own name and you will likely get all 6 hubs. Then just click on the button add link.
I use this quite a bit when I want to find topical hubs, and it streamlines the process pretty good. Not only that, you can switch back and forth between search and URL and keep adding links to your capsule.
This will save me a ton f time as i am about to add another dozen links but wanted the same related links to show up at the bottom of every hub.
I'm surprised no one has suggested using RSS feeds. Have you tried that, Achilles?
Here's a link about RSS feeds from tags to start you off:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Promote-Your-Ol … -RSS-Feeds
That is one of my favorite hubs. It taught me so much. Edweirdo is a hero. But OP did ask if a links hub could be copied.
And there might be quite a jump from links to RSS, there sure was for me.
I had forgotten about this Hub - just printed this off - excellent!
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