If you are referring to Comments posted on a hub that was not created by you, then you can delete the comment from the hub within 5 minutes of posting it. However, after those 5 minutes you no longer have the ability to remove that comment. It is up to the owner of the hub to delete the comment if they choose to do so.
jobister is right, but also if you are talking about removing them from your own hub. Go to your account then under interactions there is a comment section. Click on that and then change the filter to all comments
You can also remove any of the comments later, going to your hub. You'll find "Deny" against each comment on top "Status: Approved." If you think you don't want that comment on your hub any more, click on the deny button again and you can delete it forever without any problem.
by Ralph Schwartz2 years ago
How often do you Deny comments from another HP member?If you do deny them is it because of profanity/insults, you don't like what they say because it goes against your hub, you are suppressing commentary, or another...
by Theo Selles5 years ago
Hi,Does anyone know how to delete a comment on a hub after the 5 minute editing grace period has expired? For some reason, one of my replies to a reader was posted twice and I'd like to be rid of one of them.Thanks for...
by Laura Smith3 years ago
Hi,One of my Hubs has been showing comments from different people that are unrelated to my post. It seems to be entire discussions going on about another subject. Is anyone else seeing this?
by BobbiRant6 years ago
Why would anyone delete a comment on their hub?If I deleted a comment on one of my hubs, I would figure I am not good at dealing with people who might disagree with me. People can agree or disagree, it's a free...
by Hokey7 years ago
Maybe its just me but I realize the work people put into their writing so I comment. Even if its just a thanks for sharing. How about you?
by Amanda Littlejohn4 years ago
So I published a Hub for kids and parents about the importance of History and trying to show how interesting the subject can be. Then some guy makes a comment on there about the Bible being the best source of historical...
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