I spend short, irregular periods of time away from home (up to about a week at a time) and do not have any internet access during this time. Now that my hubs are growing in number, so are comments and emails from other hubbers.
I was just wondering if there would be any way we could have the equivalent of an 'out of office' feature so commenters and other hubbers would know that we were not ignoring them but would reply on our return? I could just set up a new email address for those who contact me this way and set up a 'will reply on my return' on that, but I like to reply to all comments on my hubs.
I would really like this feature and feel it would help.
by Sue B.4 years ago
First, I want to say I think hubpages has made a lot of positive improvements to the comments features and has allowed hubbers to manage comments more easily now that we can approve and reply to all comments from our...
by Clive Williams2 years ago
I would love a feature where if a another hub-page writer comments on any of your hub, instead of you writing the hub-page author name, you click on it while in comments and it places the name of the author you are...
by imatellmuva6 years ago
Is it only me, or are there others who think that it should be a common courtesy to reply to comments made to a hub. I always reply to comments made by my followers and others, and people who I follow do the same. I...
by John Hansen3 years ago
The "reply" feature seems to be missing for individual comments. You can reply to one comment but after that all additional comments only have "accept" and "deny" buttons. This happens to...
by Glenn Stok3 years ago
I just had a comment in one of my hubs with a self-promotional link, which is against HubPages' terms of service. Of course I denied the comment. But then I went to that Hubber's profile and checked his activity. He had...
by Lesleysherwood4 years ago
Do you find that leaving comments and replying to them increases your stats, or does it take you away (time wise) from writing hubs?
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