I'd like to suggest that when we link certain words in our capsules that instead of the link opening on the same page, to have the option of whether we want it to open on the same page as is currently and also to open in a new tab or window. I think that would be helpful.
That is available in most browsers. Simply right click on the link in the Hub and select "Open link in new tab"
Create the link text to open on a different window using Microsoft word. Then, copy and paste the text into the capsule and save accordingly. It should work!
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