A quick question?
How can I quickly find what comments need approval as well as which Hubs needs answering? I am doing it from My Hubs page but this seems too slow and inaccurate as I cant see what comments are new?
Go to My account - you will find comments, click on it and you will be able to see the comments. you click on the hub link, you will be able to respond to the comment. Welcome to HubPages
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