I have added my hubs to groups but some of my hubs are links to two or three groups.
1. Can I add my hubs to more than one group? If yes, how?
2.Can I create a sub-group or category within the same group? If yes, how?
No and no.
You can break a group into two groups, by making a new group and shifting some of the Hubs into it, using your "manage groups" window under "my account".
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