Hi, sorry for the dumb question, but any ideas how you rotate your hubs? If you publish two or three in a day, (yeah right! I wish it was three!) how can you make the second one be first and vise versa? does that make sense? or am I speaking gobble degook! ha ha thanks in advance, hope you're all having a great Sunday!
Hi, WE and Ralwus! I leave my computer for two minutes and you pop up! ha ha how ya doing? thanks for the info, I didn't realise, I thought you could!
Definatley not a dumb question ,because I thought you could to
I havent had enough caffiene but I think there may be around it??? (slaps side of head!)
Oh wheres Ryan when you need him, plus Mark definately would know ( and I know where he's at..) see forum post on banned members
No matter how much coffee you drink or who you ask, there is no way around it. You can use groups, then put the newest hubs on top in each group - but that is only small comfort and does not change the order on the profile page.
It's all dependent on which one you publish first. I'm curious, why does it even matter?
Thanks everyone, I must have been having a dumb morning! ha ha for some reason I thought you could, it was just that when people see your new hubs, I thought it would be nice to be able to bring one of your new ones up again, but it doesn't really matter, I was just being, well, dumb! lol
You can create a group of hubs, (go to 'my account'..select 'groups'..add new group, type a name).
You see the new group name on the right. Drag your hubs from your Orphan Hubs listings below and place whatever related hubs you want in the group, then you can re-arrange the order as you see fit..same drag and drop.
The hub titles show up at the bottom (when you view each hub article that's in that group) as green arrows pointing left or right.
Other than that you can't control which hub articles are displayed first.
Hope that helps, Nell.
Psst Nell Rose ,love your score ,doesnt sound like you need any help anyways girl
Tim above explained it well too.
Just for the future though (because it has crossed my mind) if you a hub that isnt doing well ,or for whatever reason you dont want it ,you could always "save it" then delete ,which in effect rearranges yer hubs a little.
I think its a feature one should be able to control though, and no doubt HP will get around to it.
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