Can someone please tell me how you get the arrow links that are placed at the end of some of your hubs?
You are probably referring the the hubs that are "grouped" into your customized groups. HP provides the links between the hubs in that particular group automatically, with arrows pointing to the previous and next hub in the group.
Groups may be defined by going to "my account" and clicking the "groups" button. Each individual hub must then be edited and the particular group for it defined.
Groups are also a great way to organize your hubs; as your hub count climbs you will find it much easier to locate individual hubs.
Thank you so much for helping me. It took me all of 15 minutes to get them organized and grouped properly. Thank you both for your helpful advice.
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