I was wondering, and this might be more of something for a wish list, it would be great if when you create groups of your hubs that each group would produce a separate rss feed.
For example, I have some technical hubs and some personal hubs. I would love to have a rss feed just for my technical hubs so when I pull only my technical articles into other places, like my blog, my website, or my intranet SharePoint site. I don't necessarily want my gardening hubs to show up there.
Anyway, just an idea.
It's a nice idea, but read this thread from about a month ago:
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