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.
by Paul Goodman 16 months ago
Regarding niche sites, at the moment, all we really know from looking on the My Account page is if a hub is featured or not. It would be useful to know *where* the hub is featured (Soapboxie, Owlcation, HubPages, PairedLife etc.). At the moment there is no way of knowing without...
by Marina 3 years ago
As a part of our continuing effort to improve site structure and content discoverability, we rolled out some updates to the Hub design today. Here is a breakdown of the changes: - The "Related" section (formerly named "Related Hubs") and Hub Groups (formerly Previous/Next) now...
by Melanie Palen 6 years ago
I don't know if this would be programmatically possible for you guys, but it would be REALLY nice to be able to put hubs in more than one group.For example, I might like to put my "Gift Ideas for Pirates" hub in the following groups:Funny HubsGift IdeasPirate HubsIt's just a quick...
by Marina 3 years ago
Hi everyone! Today we released an update to the Hub Groups interface in My Account. The new interface closely matches the About the Author UI and should be familiar to many of you. Please note that we did not make any functional changes to Hub Groups (such as integrating it with About the Author)...
by Glenn Stok 2 years ago
Clicking "Show: Politics and Social Issues" displays an error saying "No content" but actually I have 1 hub in that category. Clicking "Show: Family and Parenting" displays 13 hubs from various sub topics under "health" instead of the single hub I have...
by Christopher Price 7 years ago
I have repeatedly assigned my hubs to groups such as Poetry, Short Stories and As I See It (for essays and articles). However, on my profile page my hubs are randomly listed under the the two Headings "Poetry" and "Entertainment and Media" or some such.When I "Save" my...
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