Boy, what I would give to be able to control how my list of Hubs is organized on my profile page. Thoughts(?)
I would love that as well! Sadly we can't do that. =/
I would too. I tried to overcome the fact that we can't by putting in-text links to the stuff I'd rather "highlight" in my profile.
Over time, I've added in-text hyperlinks to the different categories of hubs I write, putting them into a list on my profile page.
I would love to be able to organize my list of links on my account page. That way I can find my hubs much easier.
It's hard to scroll through to find one specific hub, it takes me minutes to do it. Can you imagine if I had 1000+ hubs instead of 150+. I have a 20 part and a 12 part story, there are times I want to make an adjustment to one chapter and it's so hard to find in that long list. If the links were organized I would know which category to find that link in.
I was searching for a poem the other day to check the stats on it and I had to leave and come back. Unless I know the exact score on my hub, sometimes they are hard to find.
You can use 'groups' to organize your hubs into specific topics.
Yes, absolutely. And I usually can remember at least one word from the title.
If that fails, I use the search box to search with my hubs. I can always find it that way.
I have organized into groups but you can't click on the hub from the groups. I always remember the title of my hubs but sometimes it's hard to find in the link list. Maybe I am the one not explaining myself well.
No, no: click on "Select an Article Group" while looking at "my account". Then you cAN click on the hubs.
allocate each of your hubs into groups. That way you can see your best performing topics also!
On My Account > Hubs (or Stats), you can change the sort order by clicking the title of the column. So you can sort by score (the default setting), by title (alphabetically), by date published, etc. If you click on the same title a second time, it reverses the order (for example, starting the alphabetical list with Z instead of A).
You can also change the actual Category of a Hub, so that they might possibly show up differently on your profile page.
I've mostly overlooked the feature that you mentioned, Pcunix, and it really is a wonderful tool to use. Other people (like me) who have to look for it might like to know it's directly under the "Filter" label, directly under "Statistics."
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