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For example if one of my groups is 'Food' and I click my 'How to make easy Pumpkin Soup' to go there , shouldnt it go there and stay there?
Same with other nominated catergories, they wont or dont link all up?
Ive read HP do dah on groups ,and it should be working right.
Just wondered if anyone did something different,maybe Ive missed something?
No, I don't think you've missed anything as I see the same thing.
As far as I understand it (which could be way off!) all that linking hubs in groups actually does, is create an extra link at the end of the hub to the next/previous one in that group. Is there more?
I have noticed that the linking is not circular, but linear, so the first hub in the group will only have one link to the next hub. Whereas the 2nd hub in that group will have links to both the 1st and 3rd.
Eaglekiwi, are you clicking on the "save changes" button after you move your hubs into groups?
Yes I most deinately am Fawntia ,what a pretty name btw., but I think Susanna above might be onto it, linear ? ..like they link like a chain , I thought it would include all that I had grouped?..
I had wondered how that grouping worked. I might have to start using them once I have a few more hubs. Thanks for the question Eaglekiwi, and the answer Susana!
Susana is right about how it works. If your hubs are doing what Susana describes then there isn't a problem. Hubs don't include links to every hub in a group, but only to the next and/or previous one in the set.
Oh, and thanks for the compliment.
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