Sometimes when I read a blog elsewhere on the web , I'd like to make a comment, but I'm unable to so unless I "log in". Is that true with HubPages? In other words: if someone on Twitter reads my Hub, can they comment? Thanks.
Providing you have the comment capsules on your hubs set properly, then they don't need to be a member of HP to leave a comment.
by Shawn May Scott4 years ago
I am still new to Hubpages and have been enjoying a rather successful start. Thank you to those who have voted my articles up and those few of you who have begun to follow me. But I have noticed one thing of late and...
by DzyMsLizzy4 years ago
Here's an annoying glitch:Someone leaves a well-thought-out comment, and you wish to offer an in-kind reply. However, after a few sentences, once the original visible space in the comment box is filled, all of a...
by Violet's View8 years ago
Hi there,I am fairly new and would like to know the answer to a question. If have 5 or 6 comments or answers on a hub or post by different people when I come back on line after a few hours of being away, is it...
by Pamspages3 years ago
Hello,Recently I received notification on 3 different occasions that I had a new comment on my hub. I went to my hub, signed in, but could not see the comment, just the name of the person who commented. I...
by JS Matthew4 years ago
When I receive a notification of a new comment on one of my Hubs, the "Reply" button is no longer available. The "Deny" button is still there. Funny thing is when I have multiple comments. I answer...
by Roohi Khan4 years ago
I am not able to post comments on my own hub. Can do it on other people's hubs but not on my own hub!I have tried logging out too. Did not work?What should I do?
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