Why cant we have our Hubs in our Account shown in Alphabetical order.?
At present we have to scroll hundreds of Hubs to get to our required Hub for a re-look and edit.
Actually you can! When you are in "account", just click on the word "title" on the header of your list of hubs. It will sort them into alphabetical order.
You can actually sort according to ANY of the headers of the list, like the number of views in 1 day, the date of publication etc. Hubpages will sort by hubscore by default, that's why you see the order you get. But like I said, you can re-sort however you want by clicking on the header of that column.
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