I am only able to add 2 tags now, where as before I could add as many as I wanted before continuing. I'm still able to add them afterwards but I prefer to add them on the start page.
I'm using IE 8. There does seem to be some error with my browser while I'm on that page as it shows the yield sign with exclamation point on the bottom left corner. Although, I've also tried Firefox but still have the same problem.
Does anyone else have this problem? Is it fixable or is it an HP glitch?
I don't know if this is a problem or simply a change, but recently I've only been able to add two as well. I just start wrting the hub and add them as I go.
I have the same problem (using Chrome). I found that a workaround is to click on one of the suggested tags to the right, which will add a new box that you can overwrite.
I liked the old way better. Only adding two at the beginning is annoying.
I 2nd that e-motion! I found it strange too that I couldn't add more so always clickin on continue
Same issue in firefox here to what you have to do now is put two in and when your done on the right hand menu you can add in more tags for the hub Just a pain but you can still add more then two
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