It would be awesome if we had an option that allowed us to add other Hubber's relevant hubs to our groups so that they could be pulled into our articles along with our own hubs that we have sorted into groups.
I know we can add a link capsule and manually add links to our articles, but it would be better to have these articles incorporated into our groups, so that they would look the same as our own hubs and display as our own articles do below the voting buttons.
The grouped articles no longer show below the voting buttons.
Not necessary, because if you don't have enough Hubs in the group, other related Hubs will automatically display.
I can't see any reason why I'd want someone else's Hubs to displace mine in the list.
You've been here on Hubpages a lot longer than I have and you have lots of articles. I don't have many yet and I happened to come across someone else's hub that I wanted to provide a link to. Just wanted it to show up like my others and not be prominent though. I can see your point though about not wanting them to displace yours when you have plenty of them.
What I'm saying is, if you only have two Hubs on a subject, HubPages will automatically add others to the list at the end of your Hubs. You're right, you don't get to choose which those are, but they will be related.
Thank you Marisa. I appreciate your taking the time to explain this to me.
by Tessa Schlesinger 5 months ago
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by JR Krishna 4 years ago
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by Whitney 8 years ago
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by Amber Slater 5 months ago
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by BennyTheWriter 7 years ago
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by Sally Gulbrandsen 3 years ago
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