I'm new to Hubpages. I posted my third Hub, but the topic I posted to was not as appropriate for my Hub as another actually is. Is there a way to change the topic or do I have to delete the Hub and rewrite under the more appropriate topic? A little help for the neophyte, please.
Cyndi, if you're referring to the category your article is in, yes, it can be changed without starting over. In "edit" mode, click on the "settings" tab. Your chosen category should be listed at the top. If you click this link, you'll be given the option to "start over" with rechoosing a category for that article.
Has anybody done this before? I have tried all the given advices but nothing works. So I still need to know it but dont. How can I change the category?
Hello to all who answered my question. Thank you so much. Going to edit and clicking on settings on the right side of the screen did change the category so that my article on Vision Boards is now posted under Health and personal development rather than Business. MoneyCreator24 it works to follow their instructions. Shogan gave step by step.
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