You can't. Not as a comments capsule.
But if you want to retrieve the information on that capsule you should go to Google and do a search for your hub URL. If it comes up in the results click on the link that says 'cache'. Hopefully it's a recent cached copy of the hub with all the comments you hope that are there. You can then copy and paste it. Not sure what you do with it after that though.
You can always add another comment capsule, from the list of capsules in the upper right corner, when editing a hub.
by BeiYin8 years ago
One of my comments was not approved by the author of the hub and so desappeared. Is this comment permanently deleted or can it be recovered? I worked several hours on this comment and it the best I have written until...
by Cindy Lawson8 years ago
I am having a slight problem with an unverified person posting on one of my hubs. I am not sure if he/she simply has a screw loose, or if they are just trying to be a pain, but over the last few days they have posted on...
by bgpappa8 years ago
Just curious, why would a hubber not provide a place for comments? Do they not what to hear from the peanut gallery?I read a hub, thought it was good, wanted to comment, not there. Found it odd.
by Marcy Goodfleisch4 years ago
I just noticed that comments I delete from the 'comments' section on my accounts page are not being deleted from the actual hubs. One of my hubs gets spammed a lot by people posting links and email addresses for...
by James A Watkins5 years ago
I published a new Hub this morning:http://james-a-watkins.hubpages.com/hub … n-HubPagesAround 11:15 I noticed it had half a dozen comments already. I remember the first one was from GPage. I thought I would...
by Deborah3 years ago
Is it ever justified to delete reader comments?Do you ever delete comments on your Hubpages? Sometimes we get inappropriate or over promoting comments on our hubs, how do you handle the situation?
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