How do I change the order of HUBS in my profile?
For instance, I would like to have all my Hubs show up from oldest to most recent.
Hi monkeyminds! Presently Hubbers can only choose the Hubs -- and the order they appear in -- in the "In The Spotlight" carousel. You can edit that carousel on the Edit Profile page: http://hubpages.com/my/profile/profile
As for the remaining Hubs, they are ordered from newest to oldest based on publication date. Changing the order is unfortunately not something we offer Hubbers control over, but I'll bring up your suggestion at our Community Meeting next week!
Thanx! It would be nice feature. I do a lot of Hubs that are in two or three parts. So they show up in reverse order in my profile. This is why I wanted to change order.
We discussed this in our community meeting today and determined not to make changes at this time.
In addition to the "In the Spotlight" section, you may want to consider using Hub groups or publishing your Hubs in reverse order from which you would like them to appear.
I may be wrong about this, monkeyminds, but when I personally go to my 'Edit Profile' page and click down to 'In The Spotlight' I see this:
'Spotlighted Hub 1, 2, 3...' and it looks to me as if YOU can choose which Hubs you want in which one, but do not take my word on that.
Yes in the Spotlight, you can. I would like to be able order all my Hubs by first to last.
I was told that they considered this feature on my request today, but that they decided NOT to offer that feature at this time.
HP told me that I "may want to consider using Hub groups, or publishing my Hubs in reverse order."
I do a lot of Two and three part Hubs. There is a consistent theme throughout my Hubs that can be more easily followed if I could order them.
You can only choose 6 Hubs out of the ones that you have. Did you want to choose more of them?
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