Are all groups listed in the "topics" section or is it only some of them? I was wondering if there is a group for "recipes" or something related to that and I dont know how to find it other than in the topics section.
You create groups yourself, as a way of organizing your Hubs, so there isn't any sort of list for them.
The list on the topics page is just a sampling of the more popular tags. Any tag that has been applied to a hub will have a "tag" page devoted to it. For instance there is a page for "recipes", but there are also tag pages for "recipe, "cooking", "baking", etc, that will likely overlap to some degree.
The words you see in a box with the yellow background are tags. You can locate various tags by using the search box, but you may still have to do a little visual scan of the search result page to the find the one that you are looking for.
Groups, as relache has referred to are something completely different. They are simply a way for an author to combine together their own hubs on a particular subject.
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