While I see that it is possible to click on an option to only display hubs by specific subcategories on the profile page, I think that it could be beneficial to implement a system where each category is clearly represented organizationally, and graphically, by default.
In this way, visitors may visit a profile page, and then easily spot a topical subcategory that interests them, without being confronted initially by an intimidating tangle of hubs with myriad topics.
This has been recently suggested and discussed in our community meeting.
We may consider this as a future feature to implement, but have no specific plans at this time.
by Kim Kennedy4 years ago
It would be useful to be able to sort our hubs into categories on the profile page. This would make it easier for readers to see what else is available in subjects that interest them, and also remind writers to work on...
by Laura2 years ago
Hi I spent an hour researching online but no one seems to have the answer. On other sites I've been able to post my articles via URL on my Facebook FAN page with the picture, text popping up, but not HUB articles. No...
by Melody Trent3 years ago
I have been monitoring my real time traffic for the past week. I have noticed that the active page is sometimes listed as "/". Does anyone know what that means? The last time it happened I checked and it was...
by Sherry Hewins5 years ago
I love the new profile page, it looks better, I like that you can choose which hubs to feature. One thing I miss about the old set-up is that I could see at a glance which of the people I'm following had recently posted...
by Ryan Hupfer8 years ago
As jimmythejock was quick to pick up on a few days ago (man, he's good!), we have been working hard on coming up with a new overall look and feel for HubPages and in the process we've also added a few cool, new features...
by Genna East4 years ago
HubPages used to provide us with an organizational tool within our profile pages that enabled us to group or categorize different hubs. For example, poetry, short stories, articles, etc. This issue has...
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