I'm curious as to whether you agree or not. When I read the comments on any forum, I want to see the most recent one first. Why is it that a lot of hubs I have come across have the first comment, which could be years ago, first. You then have to scroll thru many comments to find the latest. It's very simple to set the comment form to display the most recent comment first. Doesn't that make sense?
I'm the opposite. I want to read the whole conversation, from beginning to end. Here in the forum, if I've already read the whole conversation once, and just want to see the most recent addition, I use the "jump to last post" link.
by Marisa Wright4 years ago
This has been perplexing me for a while - has something changed or have I just gone ga-ga?Being in a different time zone from most Hubbers, I rely on being able to click the "Your" button to catch up with...
by Margaret Schindel18 months ago
If I view my account's Comments page, it's easy to view, approve and respond to unapproved comments. However, if I go to a new comment in one of my hubs and click Approve, I cannot reply to it directly on the comment....
by Liz Elias2 years ago
This is a suggestion for an additional feature to the option to order comments by either oldest or most recent as first-appearing.The current tool is useful for hubs with many comments, as I means people do not have to...
by Susan Keeping4 years ago
I don't get why it is necessary. Doesn't mean they will get any more attention.
by Will Apse4 years ago
Probably server related but I will say it anyway.Posted a comment, it vanished, checked my hubitivity, found the record, clicked on it and got this message: Sorry, the post you are looking for is no longer available on...
by Eugene Brennan14 hours ago
I use it to get feedback from readers of my troubleshooting hubs about whether the hub helped or not. If the poll showed results and a high percentage of "yes" votes, it might be an incentive for readers...
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