I have put all my hubs under a new group . But the name "Orphan hubs" just refuses to go . Further when I want to link these hubs totally through a link to other sites how should I go about it ?
There will not be any hubs under "Orphan hubs" though. I think this is just a default group and will never go away. But not a problem.
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