I just read through the newbie area, but I didn't find the answer to this question. Sorry if I missed it. I notice that established hubbers have their profile page set up to show 10 hubs and then below that they have their content broken into sections to list their articles in certain categories.
Is there a setting I have to change in order to activate this feature or is it based on how long you've been writing hubs? I did find how to make groups which is really neat and how to suggest links, but this one I can't figure out.
Thanks in advance.
You need to have published at least 15 hubs for this to occur.
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