Where are they? How do I join'm?
Also.. how do I forward my hubs to my fan clubs?
Have a great weekend to all.. hugs to all.
You will want to read this page,
And when you make new hubs, anyone in your fan club is notified if they have their account set to accept such notices.
There are not those kind of groups here, we have specific interest forums.
When we create a group from our account area.. that goes in our forum, correct? I just created two groups? breast cancer awareness and sketch'n.. how do I add my hugs in my groups/forum?
Also, my hubs I cat. should be also in my clubs I joined right?
I do not see'm.
Nikkie, you're getting confused. "Groups" here are just a way of grouping your Hubs together, so when people read one Hub, they'll see a link to the next one in the Group.
Groups have NOTHING to do with forums or fan clubs.
No, I'm not confused with the fan clubs and our forum. I just want to see my hubs in the fan clubs I joined, I see everyone elses but mine.
Also, I have alot of hubs, how do I link them to my groups. I now have two I created. I was suggested to join groups how do I do that? In the forum. How do I create a group in our forum? By adding a group in my account section?
OK, can you tell me exactly where you're looking?
Who suggested that? I'm not aware of any groups you can join in the forums.
You can't create groups in the forums, as far as I know.
You ARE confused. There is no point in continuing this thread until you realize this, and instead of demanding things work the way you want, you try to understand how they actually work
Nikki, you may think you're not confused, but you are. Are talking about when you go to HP's homepage and it shows you the interest groups that you joined and some of the hubs that are in it?
Let's say you join the "Food" group. If you write a hub and select "Food" as its category, it will show up in there. But it's not going to show a "Home & Family" categorized hub in the "Food" group. When you click on the title of a group, you can select to see "Hot", "Latest", "Best" or "More" hubs in that group. HP's scoring system and hub traffic will determine who shows up in "Hot" or "Best". "Latest" shows all hubs chronologically. "More" will give you a list of all hubs in that group.
Does that help?
Thank you, yes.. now.. I created groups as well, that group goes in our forum, correct? I am not confused. I know the difference between our fan clubs and our groups. I just want to understand how to add them in both. I've joined alot of fan clubs and groups.. and created alot of groups as well.
Hugs to all..
I appologize for sounding confused. I know the difference.
my questions were..
I understand the groups we create become a forum group..
my groups are not in here.
also, separate question now.. i noticed my articles are not
in our fan clubs.. like the other hubbers are..
When I publish a hub and select the group I want it to go to ,it doesnt show all the hubs at the bottom of my hub of that group ,just one ( should be 3 others)...
Anyone know why all the hubs grouped dont show? thanks
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