Is there a way of seeing all of someone's hubs by category from their profile?
If someone has a lot of hubs in quite a few different categories, it will only display 4 or 5 of the categories on their profile. Is there any way to see the rest?
Yes, if you click on the name of the category on the profile page, you will see all their hubs in that category.
by Kim Kennedy4 years ago
It would be useful to be able to sort our hubs into categories on the profile page. This would make it easier for readers to see what else is available in subjects that interest them, and also remind writers to work on...
by Paul Swendson7 years ago
I'm new, so I have what may be a dumb question. I've noticed that some people have their hubs organized into general topic areas on their profile page. How do I go about doing that?
by Paul Deeds8 years ago
We made an update to the site a few minutes ago. The big changes with this release are the addition the hub categorization tool, and some enhancements to the main search box as well as request and forum...
by Sondra Rochelle3 years ago
So many of you jumped in with good advice to help me after my hubs crashed and burned last week that I was overwhelmed. I love this community! I know, too, that many of you have been reading my work to help...
by Crystal Tatum5 years ago
When do hubs get grouped together?I thought that once you published fifteen hubs, HubPages automatically grouped hubs together - at least that's what I was told when I asked this question before. But even though I have...
by Christine Miranda5 years ago
I like hopping hubs, learning new things and meeting other hubbers. However, I have absolutely no interest in reading hubs on religion, politics, poems, fictional stories or some far away place I will never visit so I...
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