Not a big deal, but on one of my articles, two people made similar comments. Neither struck me as spammy, and I answered both in a single response, referring to them by name.
Later, I saw an admin had denied one of the comments from appearing, making half my response baffling. I remedied the issue by hiding my response, but I thought I'd share the story with you.
Despite occasional hiccups, I appreciate the hard work of the HP staff, and thought the experience was more amusing than anything. Forgive the extra "d" in the title, it's been a long day.
by lucieanne 8 years ago
I have recently posted a comment on someone's hub where I said that I didn't agree with their ideas, giving my own reasons for my own beliefs. I was polite and courteous, I didn't use any bad language and I thought I put up a strong case for a healthy debate. After all my hard work she denied...
by AshleyRB 6 years ago
Which comments do you deny on your hubs?
by Jeremy Gill 2 months ago
Admins seem to deny almost any comment with even just one misspelled work or a bit of poor grammar. Is there any way to reapprove admin denied comments (particularly old ones)?I understand wanting the comments in our articles to be of high quality, but I don't personally see a problem with a slight...
by Whitney 10 years ago
What's the point in having a comment box if the particular hubber denies every comment posted on the hub?I noticed a comment on a hub, so I read it. It wasn't a bad comment at all, just something that I would see why the hubber wouldn't want it on the hub. IE it was opposite of which he's trying to...
by Denise Handlon 5 years ago
How do you feel when you write a comment and don't receive a response from the author?
by PlanksandNails 5 years ago
What has been your experiences with your comments not being accepted by other hubbers?This is not about obscene comments or personal attacks, but the ones that are well thought out, make a good point, and portray a different perspective on the theme of the article.
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