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Ok, I deserve a "Duh" for not noticing that hubs can be dragged around and re-arranged in the edit group list box so that one can choose which two hubs are displayed as "More in this Series" when someone views a hub! Anyway could the dimension of the list be increased or even scroll when hubs are dragged? If a list is long, on my browser it doesn't scroll automatically when a hub is dragged above the list box.
I think I see what you are talking about, but let me make sure.
You are editing a Hub group.
Dragging the Hub to arrange them only allows you to move up a few positions each time as the scroll on the left doesn't move with a Hub move.
I agree that it would be easier to use if the window would scroll up or down while you are moving a Hub and will share this suggestion with our engineering team.
In the meantime, there is an (albeit clunky) workaround where you should be able to move the Hub a few positions, change the scroll on the right side and then move a few more positions and repeat until you find the location you want
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Can you edit a hub after it is published?
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