I see an option to Filter Hubs. ( I click on 'My Account', above the list of my hubs is the box with drop down menus)
I am at a loss as to what this may be for. Also, why would I want to filter them?
yes i am too.I am wondering the exact same thing.What are we supposed to pick for filter comments.I think I may have chosen the wrong setting there and I have blocked all comments.Cant find help anywhere please help
It's just so, if you had a large number of hubs, it would be easier to check a specific hub or subject's stats.
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