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joiaco says

How do i edit and change the order in which my Collections appear on my profile page? I don’t have any knowledge of how to customise my page like the GR professionals, but i would like to choose the four that appear it. Thanks.

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ToivoMedia says

I have a feeling the collections just appear in the order of the date you made them, and that you can’t change the order. I hope I’m wrong though!

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deiby says

It’s date last modified I believe, so you can do the add/remove shuffle. You can also hide collections by making them private and only keeping the 1-4 you want to show public. To hide them just edit the collection and uncheck “Public?” for each.

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joiaco says

It’s date last modified I believe, so you can do the add/remove shuffle. You can also hide collections by making them private and only keeping the 1-4 you want to show public. To hide them just edit the collection and uncheck “Public?” for each.

Hahaha, you guys have all the answers when it comes to getting around the systems! Thanks.

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