Since the profile page tag groups are, for the most part, taken from the first tag in a hub, is there a way that the tags on our hubs can be altered so that we move them around. I have hubs that would be better suited together on the profile page, but I don't feel like redoing all of the tags so that they have the same first tag. It would be easier to be able to slide them around, if that makes since.
As far as I understand tags are arranged in the order of popularity on HP, so the very first tag on a hub is the most popular one. So sliding them around (if I understood what you meant) does not make much sense.
What probably makes sense IMO is picking the tag a hub will be displayed under on profile, and I believe Paul was mentioning they are working on this...
The tags that are displayed in Bold (in tag pages) are popular tags too
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