Hellbanning, AKA “Coventry”, “ghost posting” or “shadowbanning,” is when a troll’s comments are only visible to them. Since no one else can view the comments, there won’t be any responses, which will bore (or possible irritate!) the troll. Without an audience, the troll will quickly disappear. This tactic has been used on sites like Something Awful, Reddit, Fark, and Hacker News.
Please have that feature here on this forum - or at least an ignore button - thank you
by John Hansen3 years ago
The "reply" feature seems to be missing for individual comments. You can reply to one comment but after that all additional comments only have "accept" and "deny" buttons. This happens to...
by RKHenry8 years ago
What does trolling hubs mean?
by BennyTheWriter7 years ago
Sometimes I leave comments on blogs and never return to see if the writer responded to me, simply because I forget. There should be an option for people who leave comments to be emailed (or if they're fellow...
by PoeticPhilosophy4 years ago
Doesn't bother me one bit. I laughed and see the patheticness in these people so much now but decided I wanted to post about it and see if this has happened to anyone else. On one of my poems here is what someone...
by Sally Gulbrandsen14 months ago
I have a green comments button next to my profile picture at the moment which when I click on it in the usual manner to respond takes me to a page where I can't see the comment to respond to it. Is anyone else...
by Liz Elias5 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...
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