I have enough hubs I can start grouping them. When I added a group "relaionships" the links did not appear at the bottom of the hubs. I read in the learning center and I took it as saying you create the group than next time you publish a relationship article it will be grouped.
Did I not understand that right?
You need to edit each hub and add it to that group in the the right column--did you do that?
You can go to your accounts page, and click on groups. You can create your groups there. Then drag each of your hubs from the "Orphan hubs" category to the group you want.
I've written a hub about managing groups.
Just to add to what Psychskinner and PCunix said - it can take a while for the effects of grouping to show up. Don't be surprised if it takes a day or so.
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