So I have posted three hubs so far and for some reason only the tags from my first hub are listed on my profile. Why aren't the rest of my tags showing?
Thanks in advance.
My tags are crowded, try scrolling over the boxes and the ones that are hid should pop forward - mines did.
We only show a certain number of tags on the user profile page. The tags you've used the most often and on your better hubs are more likely to appear. We only recalculate them periodically (not every time you change a hub), so there will be some lag.
Thanks for your replys. After I posted this they ended up popping in.
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