I was searching a topic on the HP search and found a Hub which is not featured (NoIndex). How did that happen? I thought only featured Hubs were available from the internal search feature on HP.
Featured means that the Hub is shared with external sites like search engines (indexed).
A non-featured Hub (not indexed outside the site) is still searchable on the site.
Thanks for the response. (I didn't know that.) Does that also mean that non-featured Hubs can show up as a related Hub at the bottom of one of my Hubs?
Only featured Hubs are displayed in the "Related Hubs" and "More by.." sections.
I updated some of the wording in this related FAQ entry.
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