I don't know about you guys but I am having a difficult time finding a hub...do you think it would be a good idea to have little pictures next to the hubs. You know the front page picture that you have on your hub. I think that would make them easier to see and therefore find. What do you think?
You mean on your account list?
One thing I do-- I know the hub I'm looking for is in a certain category, so I do a sort-- then it is easier to find.
As Rochelle said - put them in groups. It's easier to track what subjects are doing best and also to edit and update one set at a time.
The account page allows you to sort Hubs by score, alphabetically by title, by group and a lot more.
Pictures, given how tiny they'd have to be, just seem like they'd be visible clutter.
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