I don't know if I am not seeing how to do this or if the feature is currently unavailable.
When I create groups for my hubs, I would like to have the possibility of assigning a hub to more than one group.
The reason I ask, is because I have just published 3 hubs on Welsh mountains. Previously, I published a hub on Welsh love spoons, which I put into my Tradition and Folklore group. However, I would like to have it in a Wales group as well, so I can link it to the Welsh mountain hubs.
Me too, I have several that could be in two or more...
I link them at the bottom regardless of what 'group' they are in though...
i.e. science group hub linked to the next hub which is in the religion group.
I was wondering the same thing a while ago, never figured it out though. Is there anywhere we could request a new feature like that? like an idea or suggestion box or something?
Interesting idea-- Several of my hubs are humor (or just plain silly)-- but they also often have a subject matter which could be serious. I sometimes wonder if someone who is looking for shopping strategies finds mine that has to do with wearing combat boots, etc.
I've often wondered if this could be done.
It would be a great feature to have!!
All that Grouping a bunch of hubs does is link from one to another near the bottom of the hub. It's pretty much a 'next' button.
Being able to assign a hub to more than one group would be handy (for sorting hubs in your account page) but where the link is at the bottom of the hub it would have to have two links off to the right.
Well, isn't that possible?
Blogs usually have like a little list of 5 related articles. Can't it be something like that? Then the reader can decide which group he would prefer and click on to that one.
If you want to avoid people putting their hubs is like 10 groups, maybe you could limit it to a maximum of 2 or 3 groups per hub?
I'm not very technical, so maybe these simple suggestions could be a b**** to implement, in that case, never mind my sillyness
Anything is possible. Though maybe a little fiddly to duplicate the hub titles and have them movable in the groups settings page as it is now.
But if a person really, REALLY wants to have a list of Related Articles, they can. Just use the Links Capsule.
I agree with Darkside. I use Link Capsules on a lot of my hubs, so as to draw more traffic to other hubs. Anything related works great.
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