So I'm not sure when the hub group feature went away, I Imagine a long time ago, that allowed you to put hubs in little collections that would allow you to view hubs by said group and I think did something on the article itself as far as linking them together or something.
I imagine the feature was removed for quality control reasons as far as it goes on the reader's end, which I understand, but as someone who writes sets of related articles on specific categories, it would be really helpful to group them in a way that allows me to basically have custom filters when looking at my view reports and such. This would be helpful in getting a quick analysis of overall subjects or collections of hubs and makes it easier when I'm focusing on editing a specific group. Having the few hundred hubs I have is a bit cluttered to manage at the moment and I can only see it getting worse.
I was thinking about this and wanted to mention, a hashtag based system for creating custom filters on our earnings pages might be better, since an article could theoretically have more than one tag, allowing more customization and flexibility in how we set up our own custom filters.
I agree. I loved the 'group' feature as it allowed me to organise my connected hubs, or those on the same genre together. When you have over 300 hubs it makes it much easier to locate certain ones as well. I wish they would bring it back.
by Marina 3 years ago
Hi everyone! Today we released an update to the Hub Groups interface in My Account. The new interface closely matches the About the Author UI and should be familiar to many of you. Please note that we did not make any functional changes to Hub Groups (such as integrating it with About the Author)...
by JR Krishna 5 years ago
How to group hubs using the Grouping feature in a link?When I was editing a hub a style tip popped up as "if you would like to link to your own Hubs, group them using the Grouping feature" Any idea how to use grouping feature in a link?
by Jaye Denman 4 years ago
I established Groups and moved my existing (completed) hubs into appropriate groups. I understand that some of my hubs will show at the bottom of the screen for a hub from the same group. However, I believe that categorizing hubs into groups with the same or similar theme/overall topic ON THE...
by WriteAngled 9 years ago
I don't know if I am not seeing how to do this or if the feature is currently unavailable. When I create groups for my hubs, I would like to have the possibility of assigning a hub to more than one group.
by Marina 3 years ago
Psst! An exciting new feature is coming to HubPages soon! Read about it and get a sneak peak in today's blog post!
by Marcy Goodfleisch 6 years ago
I just discovered at least one of my unpublished hubs appeared at the bottom of one of my published hubs, in the area where the site loads hubs we have written on similar topics. I reported this to admin but wanted to mention it here in case it will get spotted and fixed more quickly. ...
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