I like to keep my hubs organized and love the ability to keep hubs grouped together. I have a few hubs that fit multiple groups. For example, I did a product review on diapers. It is currently under my group "Product Reviews" however it also fits under my group of "Baby Issues". As it is now, anyone who is interested in my Baby Issue hubs would miss out on the diaper review (and vice versa).
I would really like the ability to list my hubs in more than one group. Is this possible?
Already asked a couple of times before and it's not going to happen I guess.
I've often thought this would be a nice idea - but the thing to remember is (as Wry says) most readers aren't even aware of groups. The "related Hubs" section is far more prominent than the little arrow directing the reader to the next Hub in the group.
If you want your readers to read Hubs as part of a "set", you need to prominently interlink your Hubs manually.
What you could do to get a wider audience is place in the category closest to the other group you wanted and place a link in the hubs in the second group. That way people reading hubs from the "Babies" group will see the link.
Groups do little more than let writers organise their hubs. Few people seem to use the small and hardly noticeable link at the bottom to navigate.
Just interlink your hubs. You'll get more traffic.
Sooooo .... should we first be requesting BIGGER group navigation links to get more activity on them and THEN ask for the ability to assign multiple groups ..? :-D
by May Galnou 6 years ago
Hi, I can't help thinking that it would be helpful to have the option for hubs to be linked to more than one category if necessary. For example, I wrote a review on a book about the TV show Mad Men. However, I was torn about which category to allocate this hub too. I ended up...
by Marina 3 years ago
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by Melanie Palen 6 years ago
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by Robin Layne 9 years ago
I notice other Hubbers have their Hubs organized into groups on their profiles. Mine just shows the latest, with an option to look at them all. How do I get them to be listed by their groups? I have groups assigned to all of them but one, and have few enough Hubs that they could all show on the...
by Lorelei Cohen 2 years ago
I have seen a few mentions of putting our articles into groups but when I went to put in a heading I found myself stopping because I wasn't sure what to put there. Do we go broad categories ie: foodie:healthOr use keywords for each group title.ie: food: recipes, cooking, preserving Or niche...
by Inspirepub 10 years ago
I would like to be able to put a Hub in more than one group - some of my Hubs sit in two group subject areas, and I have to choose just one group to put them in. It is a bit "Sophie's Choice" sometimes.Alternatively, could we have the ability to create navigation bars based on tags?Once...
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