Can you make the question clearer - what do you mean by 'collecting a hub'?
im not sure if u like someone elses hub how do you keep it
Now I understand. There is a BOOKMARK facility. If you are looking at a hub you want to 'bookmark', you'll see a button on the right near the top marked bookmark this Hub. You can save groups of hubs in a named folder. Hope this helps!
thank you ...exactly ill be asking u for help..thanks for the support if u go to my link i have more of my work on there!! and i will bookmark ur page thanks again!!
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