I noticed that comments I leave to other peoples comments has a message to moderate my own comment. What does that button do. When I comment back does it automatically appear?
You can moderate your own comments, so that if you choose to delete a comment you posted, then you can.
I was confused by that for a while. If you use the comments option in your account page to approve and reply to comments, you'll have a better picture of what you still need to moderate. It only shows comments you haven't seen.
When you look in your hub and see the "moderate" on your own comment, ignore it unless you want to edit or delete the comment you've already written.
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