I'm still relatively new here on Hubpages, and I've noticed that on the bottom of some hubbers pages there are small yellow back & forth arrows linking to their other HubPages. Is there I way that I can include this feature with some of my HubPages or is it just done automatically at random?
in you statistics page there is a drop down menu that allows you to group hubs with similar topics, when you group your hubs the arrows will appear.....jimmy
welcome to hubpages
I've tried this but it's confusing. After I add or name a group how do I actually add 'select' orphan hubs to a particular group.
Go to the orphan you want to add to a group, click edit near the top you will see a tab called groups - select the group. AFAIK you can change the order though!
Go to Edit Groups, then drag and drop the orphan hub into the group you want. You can also drag and drop to change the order.
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