So, I created groups and put my hubs into the appropriate groups. BUT, when I go to look at my profile, it still lists all of my hubs (without groups names) instead of the heading of Entertainment followed by the hubs I placed in my entertainment group. Am I doing something wrong? Help is much appreciated!
I think when you publish 15 or more hubs then you can see the hubs in your profile under the tag name you suggested hope it helps
Ashley - you are right - Groups are only used to connect Hubs together via links at the end of each of the grouped hubs.
In your profile the hubs are grouped via tags (if you have enough hubs) and you have no control over which tags are used. It is even more confusing when you also consider the new catagories which aren't yet used when displaying hubs.
I'm sure the HubPages team will rationalise this eventually, so it is a bit more consistent, once they get catagories fully implemented.
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