We are able to see all threads which we have commented on, but for those comments recieved..... we cannot refer back to a list. This would help those that wish to approve their comments and respond later.
I have lots of comments on hubs that I approve with the intention of replying to, and then forget, which looks a little rude and unprofessional.
Is there any way that we could retain the current system of approval/denial but with the capability of referring back to a list of approved comments?
As my hubs portfolio continues to grow, I can only see this problem becoming greater.... as going through say 500 hubs looking for comments with no replies is no easy task.
Perhaps then us hubbers could then choose to reply to comments at particular times in a week or something?
Not sure if others agree, but personally I feel that this would allow for greater efficiency.
I was just thinking this on 09- 09-09 than searched and found this. That is exactly what i said to my friend just now, not word by word but the meanning it self to upgrade this hub system. Nice day 09-09-09. So how do we make the comments easier to grasp. Lets see with one simple button to send and receive commentsand to have a faster connection.
Hubpages wouldn't be able to do anything about your connection speed, that would be an issue at your end, but the rest.... sure I agree. And 09/09/09 is a very unusual date, particularly here in the UK where the emergency services telephone number is 999.
i agree. many times i check comments through My Account, and after checking the first one, i go back and the comments page is empty, and i can't remember everyone who commented, which might make someone think i deliberately ignored them or something.
i do deliberately ignore people sometimes, but not anyone who comments on my hubs.
I actually had this problem the other day.
Misty had a stalker on her hubs, and I'd had similar comments on my own. I was trying to search through them to see if I still had that comment, but I couldn't find it; couldn't remember which hub it was on.
Same problem happens with me and with all the other hubbers as well. To check them manually is almost impossible!
I agree completely, I do the same thing and I do want to comment back to the people that have taken the time to read my hubs! Great idea and let's hope Hubpages will do it.
Whoop whoop, people agree
That means that my desire could have some sort of basis upon which to 'petition' the hubpages team?
Not only is searching through hubs a pain in the backside, but it also distorts traffic statistics. I want my adsense and analytics to be as accurate as possible, and not affected by 200 of my own page views.....
Well this thread are my 'signatures'..... I will see how many people agree before the thread dies completely.... unless a hubpages member of staff replies first (which normally happens to be fair).
sounds like a useful feature, i only have something like 160 comments ever, so isnt quite that hard to navigate through.
As an early workaround, you do get an email alert for the new comment ?, w/ a link to your hub, you can begin your filtering using those
I'm not sure I understand the request. Can't you see the comments that you've approved by date, or by hub here?
Edit: Nevermind, I see the problem. The filtering options don't appear if all of your comments are approved. That should be easy to fix (in the mean time you can just bookmark the link).
I never approve them without first clicking on the title and going to the hub to approve and make my own reply.
Petition cancelled people. Move along. Nothing to see here.
Please hand in your pitchforks and torches.
Hi Relace, thanks for your reply. Paul Deeds pointed me in the right direction.... I must have missed this feature
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