Hi, I read in the group description that it is used to consolidate a few hub pages together such that it is easier to find the related hub pages. I have created group but I do not see how it helps the navigation, I cannot see the link to my group page nor seeing any other links to other hub pages in the same group.
Appreciate if anyone can enlighten me.
I put hubs into groups for two reasons:
1. It helps me keep things organized and following themes.
2. At the bottom of the hub, there is a link to the next (or previous) hub in the group.
If you look at this Hub, you will see links at the bottom to other articles--because they are in the same group.
Hope that helps some.
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