my hubs are all categorized as "orphan"?
What? Where and How? to change this?
Apart from your old hubs (as told by Shina) send your new hubs to some group or make a new one.
Click the add new group button at the top, type the name you want for your group (whatever your hubs are about or will be about i.e. book reviews etc) then click add new group and go to the box below and click on an orphan hub and slide it into the category you want it in, then save changes and voila
by crochet486 years ago
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by Marina2 years ago
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by John Paolo B.Magdaluyo3 years ago
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by Dame Scribe6 years ago
Alright, I have ... well, quite a few I thought when they were written, and use the category and sub-category thingy that Hubs were then 'grouped'. So how did these 'orphans' end up as such?
by Kenneth C Agudo4 years ago
I was wondering if what do we mean by hub group in the account section. When I look at it all my hubs are in orphan group. What do you mean by that? Any answer? And what is good in creating group?
by Liz Elias2 years ago
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