Recently I have been seeing a hub featured on my home page as Hub of the day. I want to know how this hub gets chosen, and what are the criteria for having a hub chosen as hub of the day.
Cardisa, a while ago there was a blog post about this feature. The Hub of the Day is to be choosen by HP Staff according with their criteria.
Here is the blog link where you can find more detail
I personally like it. It shows me we are a diverse community with lots of interests.
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