I posted today the question "Is there a recorded ratio of atheists versus believers regionally or universally?", There are four of them who answered. I would have liked to say thank you to them but there is no reply button; Is this normal?
If you want to have a back-and-forth discussion or reply in any way, the question should be asked in the forum. The Q&A section is where you are supposed to ask questions that might solicit Hubs being made as the answers.
by Liz Elias9 hours ago
So, I've always thought it was the polite thing to do to reply to commenters, and thank them for their time and input, and I've made an effort to do so consistently.However, I'm wondering if this is now being...
by innerspin3 years ago
Don't know if this is the correct term, but my back button, arrow thingy, doesn't seem to be working for question/answer. It's also refused to work on a hub just now. It seems to work fine everywhere else. Have tried...
by Yukiko Takemoto9 months ago
This is not so much for discussion, rather, I need an immediate help from any experienced Hubbers. I am a new member and have just posted my first Hub. I am ready to share with friends, but there is no Follow button on...
by Jamie Brock5 years ago
Hey everybody,I recently started getting excited about my Adsense earnings as they seemed to be getting pretty consistent. Being new they are still low but they were getting pretty close to being $1 a day and sometimes...
by Sleepylog3 years ago
Is it possible to have more than one hub featured as Hub of the Day?
by Sherry Hewins4 years ago
I wish that when you hit the reply button under a comment, that the reply would show underneath that comment, instead of at the bottom of the page. If you have a lot of comments at once, sometimes it's hard to keep...
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