how do i group my hubs together in a category of its own. does linking my hubs worthwhile?
Under your account it says Groups. You can create Groups, any name you want - like maybe Pets or Finance. Then you can organise your hubs into groups with drag, drop and save.
It's easy and means you have more possibilities of a visitor reading more than one hub, or you can attract traffic in with a successful hub and point them to others.
by bluestandish 7 years ago
how do I group MY Hubs. I want to have related articles grouped in a sort of folder on hubpages. to make it a lot more easy for readers to navigate the hubs.
by Liz Elias 7 years ago
I have a suggestion I feel would be very useful for many of us, as well as helping readers find certain of our hubs.Since we have recently been assigned "subdomains," this would be a similar but (I think) simpler process.I am speaking of a way to have a group of hubs under a sub-head, so...
by Tammy Favata 7 years ago
I just put my hubs into 3 groups on my account page and it works there, but the groups do not show up on my Profile page. Is it only viewible to others? Or did I have to do something different on mt profile page to make them show up?
by religions7 4 years ago
I have a lot of former lenses, now hubs - as in over 800. Grouping them turns out to be a problem: the tool can't handle me grouping too many at once. On Windows 7, Chrome browser.
by Liz Elias 7 years ago
I was tweaking my groups, and adding my "orphan hubs" into their proper groups, and decided I neede a new group. I created said group, but was unable to move the article into it. It "stuck" at the group just above at the bottom of the list,...
by Glen Nunes 6 years ago
It would be great to have more options for displaying our hubs on the profile page. The chronological view means that hubs that are related (and may therefore appeal to the same reader) may be quite far apart, and older hubs are less likely to be seen in any case. Also, if we've written several...
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