Is it possible to search for the latest hubs in ascending or descending order please?
Is it possible to search for the latest hubs on a particular subject in ascending or descending order please?
Hi. Go to the top of your account page. There is a heading "published." (mines in blue) Click on that and the order go to oldest first. Click again, it goes to latest first. I haven't found a way to have it come up with the lastest first when the screen opens.
by Ann Carr2 years ago
On what criteria are the hubs listed in the 'my account' section?I don't understand the order of hubs in 'my account'; there doesn't seem to be a logic in it. Can anyone explain?
by Carrie Bradshaw8 years ago
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by Peg Cole3 years ago
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by Dorsi Diaz5 years ago
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by NaomiR7 years ago
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