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do you think when we ask a question on here that we should be able to comment as much as we want ?
i hate when after a week you have 10 comments on your question but you can only write one answer.
I don't think that there should be the same sort of freedom as that found on the forums; however, I think there should be a limited right to reply for all posters, but what limit, three times, say. Hub pages are not likely to agree to this because they want to expand argument into hubs, they probably attract more money movement that way.
It sounds like you want to use the Question/Answer section of HubPages to engage in a discussion, a use it is not intended for. Forum threads and hub comments are geared more towards generating and sustaining a discussion with other authors as well as readers.
In response to MickS, the goal of Q&A was always to inspire authors to create more hubs. This section of the site was previously "requests," where people could suggest hub topics for other authors. If a person has enough material and interest to respond three times to a question, that is probably a great start for a hub.
If you have a compelling argument for why Q&A should be expanded, please don't hesitate to contact us with your suggestions. We hold regular meetings where we discuss and debate the merits and feasibility of user suggested features and modifications. Respecting the perspective of the end user is crucial in building/maintaining a successful website.
by Andrew9 years ago
I still think comments should be comments, not discussions, that is the purpose of a forum. Maybe it would be a good idea that every author has a forum automatically made in a widget on there profile page and the topics...
by Dr Mark16 months ago
I have been getting one or two questions every day in my email through the new "contact the author" feature. The questions have been very important; almost always they are questions/details that can help other...
by Sherry Hewins5 years ago
Is it OK to comment on an answer to a question you did not ask?A couple of times lately I commented on answers to questions I did not ask. Each time my comment has gone to moderation. They were perfectly nice, even...
by Yves20 months ago
In which cases would you flag/report someone to Hubpages, or even ask that they be banned?For example, if someone slandered your name, would you flag them? Here is a comment taken from a religious Q&A comment on...
by Faith Reaper20 months ago
I apologize, but it seems a "Best" answer was chosen on my question when I did not choose it. I hope the HP Team can help me or someone can inform me why that happened! I noticed it via my phone...
by Ruth McCollum5 years ago
Do you think if someone publishes a hub they should approve comments if they don't agree with answerAs long as they aren't swearing, combative or vulgar, or do you think people have the right to see both sides?
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