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In "Manage Groups," I have several (all?) of my hubs listed. I categorized them before writing them, so I don't understand why they're categorized as "orphan."
My question is, how do I get my poor hubs out of orphan status?
Go to the page where you see your groups or orphans. You can move (drag and drop,) your orphans into an established group or create a new group for it. There's a button for creating a new group.
Just assign the "orphan hubs" to a group.
A group is like your private grouping of articles. if you have a series of articles on a particular topic, you can group them together instead of mixing it with your other articles of the same category, for example.
For example, let's say you write a lot about pets.
You have articles on calico cats, persian cats, and blue cats
If you write a new one about hairless cats, you may want to group them with your other cat articles. if you write SEVERAL articles on hairless cats, you can create a new group on just the hairless cats.
Furthermore, categories and groups operate independently of each other for organizing your hubs. A hub about Ferraris, e.g., could be categorized in automobiles and grouped with Italian things, or vice versa.
By the term 'orphan' it means you have not grouped them. And that does not affect the status of your hub otherwise, nor is the description visible to others.
by ecoloqui7 years ago
my hubs are all categorized as "orphan"?What? Where and How? to change this?Thanks,Ecoloqui
by Marina2 years ago
Hi everyone! Today we released an update to the Hub Groups interface in My Account. The new interface closely matches the About the Author UI and should be familiar to many of you. Please note that we did not make any...
by John Paolo B.Magdaluyo3 years ago
What does orphan hubs mean?While exploring, found the option of groups then the orphan hubs with all my hubs on the list.
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 Elias6 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)...
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