Another hubber asked why doesn't the group (Add Group) populate anywhere except on the Group page. The Added Group does not go to the Category page. What is the purpose of grouping if there is no action taken where the hubpages are. It is like playing your own game. You add a group save changes the new group appears with colon stating that the group will precede the hub but you don't see the new group on the hubpage. Its like playing cat and mouse and the cat can't find the cheese and the mouse can't find the cat. What is the use of the group page if it does not populate where the hubpage articles are. Maybe groups and categories work independently with the group names for your benefit and the catetories available for all benefits. Any Answers? Or is a click by click play needed?
The intention of hub groups has always been to allow people to link hubs in a series together with next hub and previous hub arrows at the end of the content. We never intended it to be anything more, and we are unlikely to ever make it anything more than that.
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