I have a friend who has tried commenting twice on this hub:
their comments keep disappearing.
Do you have a glitch?
Several times my comments are not taken. If someone writes offending remarks against myself, my country and my people, it is published. But when I try to reply to it, it is denied. It will be better if HP becomes more impartial. I think this is a discussing forum and we can express our feelings in a right way.
HP has nothing to do with if people decide to allow comments or not...it is up to the writer of the hub.
Froggy: Maybe the person is not submitting the question properly or the writer is denying it?
I sure didn't deny it and she is a very good friend who has commented b4--she tried it several times but her comment just kept disappearing.
I have also noticed a few comments just auto going to spam that I didn't put there.
Would the hub team please look into this??
Thanks--you all do a GREAT job!!
That has happened to me too. All I did was close out the net and reopen the net, signed in and the problem went away. Might be a glitch or the computer just being annoying lol
EVERYONE - go to the ANNOUNCEMENTS FORUM & you'll see there was some issues yesterday ---- read the announcment!!!
Happens all the time. Try closing the browser and re-commenting. Or just keep trying.
Just make sure that you copy your comment before submitting, because the odds are high that you'll loose the comment when submitting.
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