I'm answering this for newbies, because as a newbie I got different answers. And there ARE different answers. If you go under your account and click on groups, you can group right there your work under different categories so that when you list hubs, the related ones will show up as links to click on when you submit the hub. However, it is ALSO correct that Hub automatically categorizes stuff on your Profile page that other people see when you get to 15 hubs. Does that help? It makes sense to me now.
by xpressrite3 years ago
So hubbers help? I had four hubs that went from the pending state to having the featured status. Originally they were all viewed on the page where you can hop hubs.Now I dont no where...
by Shasta Matova2 years ago
I have a lot of hubs, and choosing which ones to place on the carousel is difficult, especially since it is in alphabetical order. Is there any way to include choices like groups or topics like the stats page has,...
by cherriquinn6 years ago
How do you group hubs to show on profile?I've sorted my hubs into groups but they're not showing on my profile? There is no save txt at the bootom of mu groupings but it is telling me that they are saved after...
by Kim Kennedy4 years ago
It would be useful to be able to sort our hubs into categories on the profile page. This would make it easier for readers to see what else is available in subjects that interest them, and also remind writers to work on...
by Crystal Tatum5 years ago
Why are my hub groups not showing up on my profile page?I've created hub groups twice and it says my changes have been saved but the group doesn't show up on my profile page. Am I doing something wrong?
by Simone Haruko Smith5 years ago
In our latest blog post, we've shared James Edmondson's early designs for an updated Hub layout and profile page. Check out the blog post for a more detailed explanation of various aspects of each page. But...
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