PLEASE!!! Just like Counterpunch said in a previous thread, managing hubs is quite a task after the first 50 or so. Is there a way you guys can make it possible to view and manage Hub Statistics by group? This would make it a lot easier while we wait for the ability to transfer to a new account.
hi maddie, if you have organised your hubs into groups in your account you can check the groups in the statistics page using the drop down menus......jimmy
Wow, Jimmy. I'm blonder than I thought. I was going to argue with you until I looked, and low and behold... right in front of my eyes... gah! Thanks much.
by TIMETRAVELER22 days ago
Has anybody had experience with transferring Adsense accounts to a beneficiary after the writer's death? I am getting mixed messages about what to do in the event that I pass away and want my husband to be able to...
by Doc Snow13 months ago
With over 100 Hubs published, I need organization.First, the loss of the 'group' feature was a real problem in terms of keeping track of my Hubs, and I regret it. It used to be my main organizational tool, as it...
by Glen Nunes4 years ago
It would be great to have more options for displaying our hubs on the profile page. The chronological view means that hubs that are related (and may therefore appeal to the same reader) may be quite far apart, and older...
by Melanie Shebel5 years ago
I don't know if this would be programmatically possible for you guys, but it would be REALLY nice to be able to put hubs in more than one group.For example, I might like to put my "Gift Ideas for Pirates" hub...
by KenWu6 years ago
These two days I found out that the groups function has halted. I can't add new group or add my newly written hubs into the particular group that I have created.Is someone facing the same?
by ecoloqui6 years ago
my hubs are all categorized as "orphan"?What? Where and How? to change this?Thanks,Ecoloqui
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