When someone posts a comment to a HUb of mine, I need to approve or deny to make it visible right? Also, is there an easier way to respond to a comment than clicking on my Hub from my account and replying?How do I know the intended person is recieving my reply?
When responding, so there is no confusion, you could use the " @ " symbol and the hubber's name to ensure you address the right person.
You could also, say "Thank you (insert Hubber's name)" and they will, if they check back, and see your comment about their comment.
There are more than one way to handle comments for your hubs. You can manually set the comment capsule and/or set the comments via your profile, which would require you to click on a setting in edit mode of your profile, on the left side.
Thanks guys, just trying to make things a bit simplier for me!
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