I have no idea what technology it takes to create groups, but I have five hubs in a group labeled "Stock Market." As in all other groups, the first and last hub listed in the group refer readers to only one of my other hubs (apparently because they are first, or last.) All other hubs refer readers to two hubs, one that's listed above it, and one that's listed below it. My question, or suggestion if it is possible, is to make the list circular so that the first and last hubs also will refer readers to two hubs instead of one. In other words, the first hub would refer readers not only to the second hub but also to the last hub -- and the last (or fifth) hub would refer readers to the first hub as well as the fourth hub. I hope this is clear. Thank you for your consideration.
by Jean Bakula22 months ago
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by Gary Anderson2 years ago
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by Jaye Denman3 years ago
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by Marina13 months ago
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by Marina21 months ago
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by Liz Elias6 years ago
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