If you thought this way, you need to re-wire your way of thinking of those two objects. Portfolio should showcase as much work as you wish to share. A resume should showcase only the most valuable work you have to offer. In a resume, you should only ever display the 5 closest things (or best things) as a maximum for work experience. You should not put every single thing.
When I was filling out my own Talent Hub page, I self-limited to only put 4 things, because I after putting 4, I felt my page was starting to grow to an unhealthy amount. While on the one hand, having a massive selection of work for someone to look at, makes you look experienced, if you have some work that is lower quality than others, and I see that first, I probably won’t continue looking any further.
If you have too much work, I’m going to only skim your work or only select one or two to look at.
My suggestion, if you want a clean resume or in this case, a clean Talent Hub profile page:
- Have a limited number of your best work.
- Have in your bio, a link to your portfolio which displays all your work.