Groups and hubs are used to create collections of stories. You can add stories to them, and then determine how they’ll publish on those pages.
How group and hub information appears on stories
If your site displays group labels, they'll appear at the top of the story. That way when audiences select the group tag, it will take them to more stories within that group, improving discovery.
You can change the order of the labels by going back to the Tags section in Compose, and then removing and re-adding groups in the order you want. Depending on your site settings, some groups may always display regardless of the order they were added.
Your organization has the option to make group information appear on stories in different ways. This is useful for driving discovery of more content, so that audience members who land on one story can easily navigate to other stories within the group.
Add group or hubs to stories in the story editor
- From the Compose screen, go to Tags.
- Enter the group name in the Group field.
- You can also select Browse groups to see a list of all of groups within your community, as well as the parent and subgroup structure. When you select a group, it’ll also select and highlight parent groups that have been marked to add automatically with that specific group. For example, if you have set The Sopranos to also add TV Shows, selecting The Sopranos will also highlight and add TV Shows onto your stories.
- Select Close or hit escape to close the menu.
Remove a group by selecting it. Reorder groups by removing and re-adding them.
After this, you can customize how the story gets published to the groups you’ve added them to.