When checking my hub groups, I noticed that one of my hubs was not there - not in a group, not in the orphaned hub spot. I do not understand. What can I do?
I honestly do not know , I am stumped on this one to because I have one or two of those too.
not sure either, I've only just started making groups to be honest
What do ya know, same here. It was the hub I published when the stats went down. Maybe we'll have to report it as a problem?
Is the hub published and just not showing in groups?
Hub is published but not showing up in groups. Hmm, funny some other folks have that problem too.
Go to the hub, click the edit tab, click the groups tab at the top and make sure it is not in a group. save and publish. Now go back and click the edit tab again and put it in the group you want and save and publish. I had this problem and I just had go back through the steps because when they had trouble the other day it didn't register to group it.
Mine is now there, right where I thought I put it previously. But was about to try the edit procedure you suggested, Has_Away, great minds think alike I suppose. LOL
Anyway all is well with my hub now.
Has a way, thanks for the tip. I'll go check that approach.
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