I am assigning my hubs to groups, and I wonder if it is possible to have hubs in more than one group at a time? I don't see any way of doing this, but perhaps I am missing something.
For example, I have a group for food and a group for Halloween. I have a couple of hubs containing recipes for Halloween treats. That would fit in both groups, but as far as I can tell, I have to pick one. Am I correct?
by Barbara Kay Badder2 years ago
My suggestion is to use referral links to the pages of other writers and share this with friends on social media that would like them or share with Yahoo groups that like the subject. This will help Hubpages, the other...
by Nell Rose4 years ago
I was on a 100 two days ago, then realising that my Groups were in a bit of a muddle I spent two hours sorting them out last night, adding them to the right hubs etc, now for the first time in two years I have dropped...
by Angela Harris10 years ago
I don't understand the purpose. I created a group for my related hubpages, but I don't see that anything has changed. What exactly are groups? Why would we want to create one? What is their advantage to a hubpage?
by Eaglekiwi7 years ago
For example if one of my groups is 'Food' and I click my 'How to make easy Pumpkin Soup' to go there , shouldnt it go there and stay there?Same with other nominated catergories, they wont or dont link all up?Ive read HP...
by Marina21 months ago
Hi everyone! Today we released an update to the Hub Groups interface in My Account. The new interface closely matches the About the Author UI and should be familiar to many of you. Please note that we did not make any...
by WriteAngled7 years ago
I don't know if I am not seeing how to do this or if the feature is currently unavailable. When I create groups for my hubs, I would like to have the possibility of assigning a hub to more than one group.
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