Can I comment on the answer I received.
Can I comment on the answer I received from my fellow hubbers; maybe to ask more details on the same question or to clearify myself better?
as far as i know,you can not comment on the answers that you received. Sometimes I am really appreciated and thankful for their kindness and answers, I will click" answer this question" button and write down what I want to express to them. Hope this will help. Have a nice day
No, unfortunately we are only allowed one answer to a question, and that includes the one who is asking the question. You can also only vote up or down once per answer.
You could comment, but the answerer would not be able to respond on the question.
However, the answerer could be asked another question. Maybe you could ask the question on the Forum, which would open it up to more possibilities.
Here's more info - http://hubpages.com/faq/#question-more-than-once
Your only allowed one answer to a question. That said, you are still allowed to contact someone directly. It's a button under the profile page. Somewhere around the follow button.
Sure you can! Give it a try! Homeland security probably isn't even up to speed on that, it's kind of a secret!
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