I wrote a Hub on a different account today and went to put it in a Hub group and noticed you now have to edit the group and then add the Hub. Used to be just a drag and drop thing. But I didn't see any way to place the hub in a specific place on the list. You know, like between two most relevant hubs (that's how I generally do it).
I'm guessing there's no longer a way to do this anymore. Or is there? Also, would it be possible, if we no longer can, to be able to do it again? Maybe this belongs in suggested feature section.
Yep, I just checked. Click edit for the group you want to rearrange. Drag and drop will then work within that group. When done, you may then need to scroll down the outside scroll bar to see the save button, etc.
It was easy for me to find, the slide dwn arrow probably mislead you.
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