So I like the iPhone app and use it quite a lot but it does have some annoying features - the most notable is when someone comments on my hub and I go in and approve the comment and reply. But then, in order to get rid of the hubs notification I have to go into the hub again. Also, if I approve a comment online then I still have to go in through my phone too.
Thanks for bringing this to attention.I too check out and let you know.
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