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.
Within your hub, you can put a link capsule and choose hubs which are related to the present hub, but in-text capsule is better. You can also put RSS feed in the hub (at the moment the use of Rss feed should be use judiciously (meaning the hub should have more content texts). Another way is to show related hubs at the end of the hub (just below the part where you can rate the hub), two hubs can be shown there - you can do this by going to your account, then you can go to category "GROUPS" and assign hubs to groups. Group first your hubs according to topics.
On your statistics page, in the black box of commands, you can create separate "groups" for hubs that are related.
This will put a green link to the associated hubs, just above your comment box, on each related hub.
Grouping your hubs also helps you overcome issues in placing hubs in a particular category.
Sometimes you find that your hubs would fall under two categories. You can solve this issue by putting your hub under one category, while grouping it with the articles that you want to be read... under the groups you create.
I have found this to be very useful for me
It can really get overwhelming trying to figure out how to group your hubs. Like you said some seem to fall into more than one category. I find myself going back and creating new groups when one group gets to broad.
Do you think this messes up anything or just changes the associated hubs link?
i don't think it messes up everything. it rather enables easy browsing of your articles hence easy readership
Sorry I did not see this question until now, No it does not mess up anything. It helps your readers and you by making things easy.
I love this feature as it helps you keep changing the combinations as you write new articles and it is easy to use.
I am far to lazy to deal with that. I just write my hubs and get my 20 pageviews a month.
by Mike Russo 6 years ago
I'm trying to understand RSS feeds. I think the capsule is a reader that aggreates feeds from other websites, but I'm not sure
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 Marina 2 years ago
As mentioned in a couple of forum threads recently, Hub Groups (the "More in this Series" module on Hubs) is officially being retired. Groups were created to help Hubbers connect Hubs belonging to a series (e.g., a Hub with multiple parts), making it easy for readers to access the other...
by Edweirdo 8 years ago
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by Janis Leslie Evans 4 years ago
I'm trying to use the Style Box to fix my hubs. Please tell me where the "Grouping Feature" is and how to use it. I've been listing my related hubs in a text box which I learned is incorrect. I tried it with the link box but all of them wouldn't come up. Thank you.
by Timothy Arends 2 weeks ago
I have written a pro-president Trump hub. I wrote it in the weeks after the election but before the inauguration. it is interesting to see how my predictions are turning out. The hub is entitled "No joke! 50 Ways Donald Trump will make America great...
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