I have just done some some house keeping and placed my hubs into groups. I thought that these groups would then appear on my profile page. They didn't and the hubs disappeared from this page. I noticed however that other hubbers have "favorites" on their pages. Is this the same as groups?
You have to have something like 15 Hubs published in order for you to trigger the grouping on your profile. If you want to check if your hubs are in their groups, then travel to one of the hubs and look where you can vote it up. There should be your grouping name and the name of a hub in green letters or just the name of the hub in green letters. It depends how you set up your groups.
The grouping on your hub is random and based on categories the hubs are in, not on what you choose to call the groups.
The groups are really there for you... the tiny next button at the bottom of hubs is barely noticeable!
Hey Wry, great to see you in the forums. Hope everything is well.
On a side note, do you think it would be better if the "group" link at the bottom of the hubs..were enlarged a little more and possibly a darker color?
Yes, especially good for hubbers who write a lot of content on one topic. Currently it's worthless because all it does is bookmark your hubs really - and we already have bookmarks!
And I got sick of seeing idiots posting nonsense so though I should come back and rescue some people!
by Glen Nunes 5 years ago
It would be great to have more options for displaying our hubs on the profile page. The chronological view means that hubs that are related (and may therefore appeal to the same reader) may be quite far apart, and older hubs are less likely to be seen in any case. Also, if we've written several...
by Rick Jones 3 weeks ago
Hi Fellow Hubbers!I'm relatively new here, and have recently started writing a story which I'm publishing in a serialized manner. I wanted to know if there was any way to group all chapters of my story into a single space in my profile page (like a folder), so that even if I publish other articles...
by Liz Elias 6 years ago
I was tweaking my groups, and adding my "orphan hubs" into their proper groups, and decided I neede a new group. I created said group, but was unable to move the article into it. It "stuck" at the group just above at the bottom of the list,...
by Liz Elias 7 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) simpler process.I am speaking of a way to have a group of hubs under a sub-head, so...
by JR Krishna 4 years ago
How to group hubs using the Grouping feature in a link?When I was editing a hub a style tip popped up as "if you would like to link to your own Hubs, group them using the Grouping feature" Any idea how to use grouping feature in a link?
by Tammy Favata 7 years ago
I just put my hubs into 3 groups on my account page and it works there, but the groups do not show up on my Profile page. Is it only viewible to others? Or did I have to do something different on mt profile page to make them show up?
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