Is it possible to delete some of my hubs? Or can I merge some hubs into some other hubs? If any one knows the answer, please inform.
You can do anything you like with your Hubs. There's no magic way to merge two Hubs - you will just have to cut and paste the content from one to another. Then once you have created your merged Hub, you can delete the one you don't want any more.
Why would you want to delete them?
You can manually merge them. And click the delete button on the hub when you click it from your account page. At the top of the hub, there should be tabs for Edit, Delete, and Stats.
I want to merge some of my hubs into some another and for that I require to delete some. thanks for info. I will follow the same.
Thanks again whitney.
Thanks for advice. I was not asking for any magical way. I have followed advice of Whitney and that worked well for me.
Your suggestions are the same and helpful.
I deleted a few hubs that I thought were no longer pertinent My point of view is I can always write a new one, which will give me a different angle when I do.
you are right . I agree with you.
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