On every HP user profile I see, I see categorised sections for Hubs, but I can't figure out how to have them appear on my own profile. Help meeeeeeee pleasssee
You don't categorise them, it's done automatically depending on which category you put them in when you created them.
At the top will be your latest/hot/best selection and below it "Some of innersmiff's favourite topics", in which they will be listed by category. Perhaps you haven't created enough hubs in a single category yet?
When you get to 15 hubs you can start to create your own categories, and all you need to do is go to 'My Account' and then select 'edit groups'. You can then create groups according to categories of you own choosing. Hubs you have already published will show in the 'orphan hubs' section right now, but once you have named and created some appropriate groups you want, you can drag those hubs into your relevant groups. Once you have done so they will appear at the end of your hubs in a capsule that allows others to scroll left or right in order to see them and/or click to read them.
Hope this helps (HP categorizing on your homepage is different and is based on the groups you select when first starting to set up your hub prior to writing it).
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