I have tried the "suggest links" tool but wasn't able to find my other article in the list of proposed links. Do you have any solution please?
If it doesn't automatically turn into a hyperlink, then:
Click the link icon.
Visit the hub in question.
Go into edit mode.
Open the text capsule where you want to place the link.
Highlight the word you want to turn into a link with your mouse.
Click on the chain icon in the tool bar of the text capsule.
In the box that appears, change the search option from "Hubs" to "My hubs" and type in a word that appears in the hub you want to link to.
Copying and pasting a link directly into your hub looks messy and unprofessional.
Your suggestion really helped..thanks a lot.
You can put a descriptor in the tool tip below the link when you click the link icon.
As you insert a text capsule or a photo capsule. In the text capsule, (text editing tool) there is a chain button (link button):
1. Select your text to which you want to be linked.
2. Click the link (chain button)
3. Insert the URL of the article to want to get linked to
4. Click done and save changes.
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