Some of my hubs have been moved to niche sites. Sometimes there is a "P" symbol on them for HubPro, but sometimes they were moved without editing, and therefore no "P" symbol. I'd like it if the "P" symbol appeared on all the hubs moved to a nice site. Or maybe just a new symbol to indicate that it was moved to a niche site. I can always check the url to see that, but it would be nice to see that a glance.
I agree it would be helpful. One can filter the stats to show which hubs do appear in the niche sites but it would be nice to see them at a glance on the main stats page.
That's a good idea. I suggested that we be able to sort our hub list by site, viewing them all in one list, but having symbols for them might be simpler.
by TIMETRAVELER222 hours ago
Just curious: How many hubs do you you currently have online right now and how many of them have already been moved to the niche sites?
by Scott Bateman4 weeks ago
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by Jean Bakula8 weeks ago
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by Eric Dockett7 weeks ago
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by Brandon Lobo2 months ago
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by Jean Bakula3 months ago
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