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I have made a suggestion to put the individual hub score on the hub, so that I can search for the hub and then easily find it in the stats section using the score.
There is no easy way to find a hub in the stats section when you have a large number of hubs.
I know how to find my hub in the search box but in the stats line you have to search the whole line to find a specific hub. It takes forever. If the score was on each hub, you could just look at the score and then go to that spot in the stats column to locate the hub and check on traffic.
Is there a better idea out there..what do you think?
When you are on your Stats page, if you click on the Title column it will list the hubs in alpha order. That is how I easily find the hub I am looking for.
That's good..if you can remember the title
But, you said you know how to find your hub in the search box. How do you do that if you do not know the title? I am confused now.
Right click on any column and it will sort by that info.
Edit: I am sorry, Left click on the column heading to sort by the info.
I've tried that but you cannot click on the article in the group section and go to the hub. in the stats line.
? If you open the article group box under filters and click the group you want, it will list all of your hubs in that group on the stats page.
But, then if you want to see the traffic for that hub or edit, it don't you have to leave the group page?
I was going into the groups section on top and not in the filter section.
Thanks, this helps a great deal!
its so easy. you can use the group filter or group them by months. so you can just open 12 different groups and use the Ctrl + F option to find it easily even if its like more than a thousand hubs
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