Would it be possible to have the dropdown menu for filtering categories listed in alphabetical order? At the moment, it does not seem to be ordered in any way and as I add more categories it is becoming increasingly unmanageable:
Right now the categories are ordered by frequency, so that the category you use the most is at the top. Perhaps you are right that alphabetical order would be better. I will add that to my list of things to do. Thanks for the suggestion.
by Sally Gulbrandsen3 years ago
I am a Felt Maker and would like to request that Felting be included in the categories under Arts & Design. My Hubs do not currently fit into a specific topic which people might be searching for.Please could...
by Katleigh Merrier3 hours ago
I have a few LevelSkip.com posts that should be categorized under Simulation Games instead of RPG. Is there any way to fix it? Thanks so much!
by hubchief - pen name7 years ago
people, i have volunteered to reseach on correlation between age distribution vs hub contents. Could you please visit my age profile hub and vote on your own age profile. The clicks are all anonymous to me (I think...
by larryfreeman7 years ago
In the coming months, we will be adding categories to HubPages. In conjunction with the current tagging, this will make it easier to find related hubs.Before we launch this new feature, we wanted to get your...
by larryfreeman8 years ago
As I mentioned in a previous announcement, categories are coming to HubPages.Here is the planned breakdown of the Books & Entertainment CategoryBooks & Entertainment (Top Level)* Books & Magazines (now...
by Paul Deeds8 years ago
We made an update to the site a few minutes ago. The big changes with this release are the addition the hub categorization tool, and some enhancements to the main search box as well as request and forum...
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