I have all my hubs in the default Orphan hubs so thought I would try organising them into new and appropriate groups. To start of I created a new group and called it Tenerife.
Problem was I couldn't find how you then assign the hubs you want to go in that group to be in it. I am probably missing something but can't see it.
I need to know how I put selected hub titles in a particular group.
Can anyone help please?
Once you name your groups, you can then just drag and drop your hubs under the group names. Don't forget to click save after you're done!
Thanks for the info, ProCW! That is the missing ingredient!
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