I like finding new hubs to read through the topic pages, but often I end up going back to the same topics which I'm interested in and finding very few new hubs - it would be nice if there was a section on the topic pages for newly published hubs rather than just the top ranked hubs.
There are addresses you can use for this, but it requires manually entering a URL and is not a feature we support.
That being said, here is the general format.
You just add /latest to the URL for the topic page.
So if you wanted to see the latest Hubs for Arts and Design, you would take that URL and add /latest to the end.
Well that's convenient. Thanks for the link.
@electronician: You can also choose to follow a Topic (link at the top of each page) and get an email when new Hubs are published.
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