I see that I can create groups. What are these groups for and why do I need to create them?
At the bottom of a Hub, it shows the Hub before and after that Hub in the group. So, groups are a way to link Hubs, like internal linking of your subdomain. Longer visitor stays on your subdomain, the better. You can link related Hubs this way.
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