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Can You Still Group Hubs hese Days?
Just wondering, because I remember a time when during the Hub publishing process you'd have to go back and put a Hub into a group of your own creation. Does that still exist or does HubPages just use the categories now rather than groups that users create for themselves? If groups still exist, how do I access them?
Groups do not exist today. It seems it went away a few years back.
Thanks Tim. I thought that was the case. I'm glad its gone. It was a cumbersome additional step in the publication process. It did the same thing a categories do anyway.
You can still group them under Author Bios.
The "Groups" has been now substituted with "Author Bios", I hope. You can find the "About the Author" button at the top right side of the page when you enter your statistics page. You can create up to 25 bios and group your articles according to those bios. Rather, you create the bios according to the nature of your articles and then group similar related articles under that bio. I hope you must be aware of this fact.
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