Received a few e-mails from followers that they were unable to post a comment to my latest Hub? When I look at the Hub everything appears to be normal but not one comment has been posted, which is unusual? Is there a problem with the comments section?
I just tried to post a comment to another Hub and it will not accept the comment? Something is not right?
The hub is "A Visit to Chateau Chenonceau - Loire Valley, France"
Hi Bill - I just tried to leave a comment and it keeps popping me up to the top so I don't think it is taking.
I've had a problem with leaving comments, too, but strangely only on certain hubs. There are three great articles - including yours - that I'd love to comment on, but I'm moved to the top of the hub every time I try to post a comment. I've tried commenting in different browsers and on different devices, but the result is always the same.
I was able to reproduce the issue and have passed the information on to our engineering team so we can determine the cause and address it.
Thanks for your continued patience.
This should now be fixed.
I posted a test comment on the Hub successfully.
I left it there so you could confirm that it is working.
You can delete it if you would like.
I just visited a hub and no matter what I did, my click to submit my comment just wouldn't go through. It looks like it is true only of some hubs.
I finally gave up on posting a comment on the hub it wasn't working on.
Instead I went to a different hub by the same author, the comment worked on it.
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