Is there a way to Sub Group Hubs?
For example, I have a health group. In that health grouping of hubs, I could also put my Nutrition group, my Cluster of hubs on Sun Gazing, etc. Know of any interesting tricks like that?
I haven't found a way to do subgroups. The only thing I can suggest is making more specific groups.
Groups have only one purpose: to create those two related Hubs at the end of each Hub. That's all. The grouping on your profile page is determined by HubPages' categories, not your Groups.
So, the important thing is not having sub-groups, it's ensuring that for each Hub, the two Hubs either side of it (in the group) are the most appropriate - because those are the ones that will appear at the end of it.
You can re-order the Hubs in a group by dragging and dropping.
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