on my statistic page, I would like it if we could organise our hubs by topic or group... so if you work on particular sets of topics, you can easily find the ones that are linked to each other, or relate to similar things.
Yes you can. Use the category bar at the top of your list of Hubs on the left side.
On the right side, you have a pull-down menu you can use to sort your Hubs also.
The pull-down menu above your Hubs on the left side is for your categories of your hubs. All your hubs are listed according to topic.
I hope that helped.
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