In this article you will see how to get the content type hub URL in SharePoint 2013 Online.
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Please refer to Set up a development environment for SharePoint Add-ins on Office 365for more details.
Content Type Hub
Content Type Hub was introduced in SharePoint 2010 for publishing and subscribing the content types. Please refer to the following eBook for more details: Getting Started with Managed Metadata Service in SharePoint 2010. This works a little differently in SharePoint 2013 Online compared to SharePoint 2010/2013 on premise. Content Type Hub is automatically configured in SharePoint 2013 Online and it is hidden in the admin page. In this article you will see how to get the content type hub URL in SharePoint 2013 Online.
Navigate to the SharePoint 2013 site https://c986.sharepoint.com/sites/Test.
Click on the Site Actions icon and then click on Site Settings.