I am a new hubber. Although I have just published 2 hubs, I can see a day when I will have hundreds, or even thousands. I need to find a way to categorize them!
So, I tried the group feature. I can create new groups but I can't put a group under another group, in other words, I can't create a sub group to a group.
Is there a way to do this, or is this feature not available?
But I'm going to have thousands of hubs. I need subgroups!
You can make your own subgroups by using the group names wisely.
For example, you can create the following groups:
Health Blood Pressure
Then when you sort the groups alphabetically, the related ones will fall together naturally.
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