How do you see which Hubs (articles) are on the network sites?
It used to be easy to sort which Hubs (articles) are on the network sites, but now I don't see that option. How do I see which of my Hubs (articles) are on the network sites?
On your My Account page there is a link above the titles labeled filters. It is a link that opens to the filters you are familiar with. The other way to tell if it is on Niche Site is by the URL. The name of the site follows the http in the address.
On your statistics page you will see a word called filters. It is on the far left on top of the page directly below the word Statistics.
It will give you a drop down menu of all the niche sites. As you click on each one it will give you any of your hubs on a list that are on those sites
Thanks, I found it and found my network site articles.
I never understand tech companies adding an extra step to make something a little more complicated.
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