Even after replying a comment, you still see the 'Reply' button. This is a bit confusing. Any ideas?
Once you approve a comment on your hub, you get to see two buttons 'Approve' and 'Deny". Once you click the 'Approve' button, you see the "Deny' and the 'Reply' buttons. After replying, you still see the same two buttons. If you happen to go back to your hub, you think that you haven't replied someone, but just approved. This is the feeling I get. Any similar thoughts? I would love to hear from you about this.
I was a bit confused too when they first came out with this feature. What I have noticed is that this feature is specifically designed for use when you have multiple comments on a single Hub that you want to reply to. You click "reply", type in your comment, then it will disappear once you publish your reply.
I find it useful because sometimes I have to walk away from my desk and I know exactly who I last replied to because of this feature. Two other things I noticed were that when you add a comment in the comment box instead of hitting "reply" the reply button does not disappear. The last thing I noticed is that even though the reply buttons disappear as you are commenting through them, once you close the page and reopen it, the reply buttons show up again. I am not sure why the team decided to do this and I agree that it can be a bit confusing. I hope this explains it a little bit more for you!
by JS Matthew 6 years ago
When I receive a notification of a new comment on one of my Hubs, the "Reply" button is no longer available. The "Deny" button is still there. Funny thing is when I have multiple comments. I answer the first one via the "Leave a Comment" Box at the bottom. When I...
by Sherry Hewins 6 years ago
I wish that when you hit the reply button under a comment, that the reply would show underneath that comment, instead of at the bottom of the page. If you have a lot of comments at once, sometimes it's hard to keep track of which ones you've replied to. Also that would make it easier for others,...
by Lesleysherwood 5 years ago
Do you find that leaving comments and replying to them increases your stats, or does it take you away (time wise) from writing hubs?
by Nadine May 2 years ago
For the last ten days I do not seem to be able to reply to the 12 comments that I have received on various posts. After having read an article and having left a comment, that does not seem to work either. I have mentioned this glitch on the hubpage Facebook pages and now again here. Please...
by Edmund Custers 5 years ago
How can I reply to a comment on my hub? The reply button seems to have vanished ...How can I reply to a comment on my hub? I can't find the reply button. Is it just me or is everyone having the same problem?
by Patrick Kamau 6 years ago
What happened to the reply button on the comment section?I have realized the reply button is becoming available only after you scroll all the way down to the comment box, type your reply and hit the post comment button. Anyone with an explanation to this?
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