Has anyone else run into this one? I just got a comment on a Hub published minutes earlier, approved it, replied to it, checked the view count--and the view count is still pegged at zero.
Maybe those two (views and comments) are on different timelines or some such. Dunno. Seems like maybe I've seen this before but am not quite sure.
Views only update every x amount of minutes, comments become visible and count to you instantly.
Thanks, Thranax. Kind of guessed that was it, but nice to hear confirmation.
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