I've had to go back to my account and review each and every Hub to catch up on all the comments I missed because I am not getting the notifications in my mail. Anybody know why?
There is some info in the FAQ here as well.
you will get emails of the comments posted by writers. You will see notifications of people leaving comments on the top , next to explore.
I don't think we get notifications for comments. You can go to accounts page and click on comments tabs which will show hubs with comments.
Go to your email settings and see if you are set up to receive email comments:
Also check your spam folder as they may be getting redirected there.
I changed the setting for "When a Hub that I am following …" to Always on the notification settings of my profile - which was set to Never. Hopefully, that's what I'm after.
I like LindaSmith1 go to my accounts page and view my comments there. I find this to be the quickest and easiest route.
You may have set things so you don't get alerts - (that's how I have them setI). Since HP forwards the messages, there could also be hitches now and then in your incoming filters, or in the way they're passed along through the cyberworld.
If the challenge continues, contact hubpages team to hear from them.
by Paula 7 years ago
Help! Since I went offline last night (Mon.07/09/2012) prior to Midnight.....to the current time Tues, 07/10 4:30 p.m. EST......I have not received a single email notification from HP. I have however received other emails, so I don't believe this is an aol issue. ...
by Brandon Lobo 7 years ago
Before reporting a problem I wanted to know if anyone else is having trouble with the comment notification. I usually receive an e-mail when I get a comment. I never changed my e-mail settings but for the past 24 hours I've received comments & not a single e-mail. I just checked my settings and...
by Kenneth Avery 6 years ago
A question for those more-enlightened hubbers:Usually, when I publish a hub, in a day or two, sometimes three, comments from hubbers are automatically sent to me via my registered email address on Yahoo. Lately, no comments have been sent to my email address.I emailed HubPages about this problem...
by Rosemary Sadler 6 years ago
The notifications that I do receive usually arrive 18 hours late, this has been a problem since I joined 18 months ago. But lately there are notifications that I DON’T receive at all. Several hubbers that I am following I am finding their recent hubs quite by accident, i.e. from a link on...
by Cagsil 9 years ago
Hey Everyone,I'm not receiving any emails from HubPages.I've not received the daily digest of hubbers publishing hubs.I've not received emails about comments.Yesterday, I was receive some, but never every email?Can someone help with this problem?Am I the only one having this...
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
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