When I go to http://hubpages.com/my/categories I can see that all my hubs are categorized. But then I tried the dropdown menu to view hubs by tag and by group.
1. Viewing hubs by tag doesn't seem to work. I get another menu where I can select tags but the menu is empty. It only contains the menu option "-select a tag-".
2. When viewing by group, the groups are not sorted in alphabetical order for convenience. The HubPages software should sort them in alphabetical order so that it is easier to find a group and this is consistent with the rest of the platform (where groups are shown in sorted order).
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