I am unable to sort hubs in my account. The url has a # at the end which is likely the cause, but when I remove the # and reload the url, it still doesn't work (although the refreshed page no longer contains #)
That happens to me every once in a while too. But it seems to clear up when I try an hour or so later. Must be some bug that comes along with some change they keep putting in and removing.
The # at the end of the URL makes the browser jump to the top of the page, and then the algorithm to sort the column does not function. As I said, try it an hour later whenever it happens. They seem to catch it every time it happens.
Are you still having problems? I just tested in Safari and Firefox and the Hubs sorted by clicking the column headers.
Maybe we are talking about a different sort.
Where are you sorting Hubs?
This is where I was trying:
Yes, Matt. That is the one we are talking about. I noticed it earlier today. May have been the same time Melbel noticed it. But then it started working again shortly after that. As I mentioned above, I have run into this problem from time to time in the past. But it always clears up in a short time.
What do you mean by sorting? Is there a way to create groups like our former profile instead of a list?
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