I accidentally deleted the answer of a fellow hubber when I was attempting to comment in her answer, Is there any way to retrieve it back? I observed in the comments section, when you delete the other comment, you still have the choice to retrieve it back using the undelete button. I hope there is also button like this on the question and answer section.
Something similar happened to me awhile back. Alas, there was no 24 hour window to change your mind or otherwise recover. The critter permanently disappeared almost instantaneously. Of course, that was then. As to now, if no savior button is to be found...
Do you think, is it okay to suggest this new feature? As of now, HP seems busy on other important things than adding this new feature. But since, there is already a feature that is similar to this, it should not be hard for the HP programmers to add this.
Only your HP Staffer knows for sure...
Your request would probably take precedence over mine to play soothing music in the background when everything is blue arrows.
by Joan King5 years ago
I was about to edit my hub because of a reported broken link. I accidently deleted the text block instead of the video block. I closed the hub as there was no way to reverse it. When I went back the text was still gone....
by Juliette Kando5 years ago
Is is possible to retrieve a comment that has been deleted from a Hub?
by Jerry Watson9 years ago
Hi, I signed up and posted a hub titled: Save Energy: Install a Hot Water Heater Timer and it was deleted without any comment that I could find. How would I go about finding out why it was deleted. When I couldn't find...
by DwightMann3 years ago
Deleted a text capsule, of over 1000 words, and there is no way of getting it to reappear. Control Z does not work. does hub have any record of what I accidentally deleted. Help. . .
by JS Matthew3 years ago
I am not sure if this has been mentioned before as I do not regularly follow the forums. I know some time back we got rid of the "Bookmark This Hub" feature on HubPages because statistically, most Hubbers...
by James A Watkins4 years ago
I published a new Hub this morning:http://james-a-watkins.hubpages.com/hub … n-HubPagesAround 11:15 I noticed it had half a dozen comments already. I remember the first one was from GPage. I thought I would...
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