I'm not happy with the URLs of some of my older hubs. If I want to make a change, but basically keep most of the same content, is there anyway I can do this, without completely deleting the hub and starting over? I know I can change the titles, but I also want to the URLs to be different.
If I delete a hub, and use basically the same content in a new one, would there be an issue with "duplicate content?"
Thanks for any forthcoming advice.
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