When comments are left on my hubs I go to "my account" and approve them there. It would be awesome if there was the ability to reply to the comment in the "my account" area instead of going to the hub itself and scrolling down to the comments section.
When someone comments on my hubs it makes me take a new look at them from a different perspective. I end up rereading my article and usually make a few corrections or changes. You're right, it would make the process more direct but maybe less personal.
by TIMETRAVELER216 months ago
Everybody is wondering how the team plans to remove the editbots from the stats pages. Apparently they are there to indicate that edits have been made so that writers can check their articles for correctness, but...
by Peg Cole42 hours ago
This seems to be a recurring issue with editorial corrections. The Editbot wants to replace the word "and" with the word "to." This doesn't work in every case. Here's an example.Someone commented on...
by Anti-Valentine4 years ago
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by Marina15 months ago
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by Barbara Kay Badder9 days ago
A have a small red # 1 by several of my niche site titles on my account page. What do these mean?
by Dr. John Anderson14 months ago
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