This sounds stupid, but how do you reply to somebody's response in a question that you asked?
Am I missing something? I want to respond to some of my responses yet, I don't see how. Is there an easier way to this?
I have the same question. The only thing I found is that you are allowed to post an answer to your own question. But since the other person will not be able to respond again I am not sure if you would gain anything by that..
The Question / Answer format isn't interactive, so you can't reply there. You do know the Hubber ID, so click on the Hubbers Ican, and send an Email response. Won't be seen by others, but you can respond directly.
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