Now that we can comment on our own questions, how often do you use it?
Do you think it's overkill if you comment on each response or do you think that it's ok? What do you see from both sides- as the author and the one who answers the questions?
I have not used it yet, but I will end up using it. There are so many times that I have wanted to comment on an answer after I have already posted one. It was frustrating not to be able to comment to a nasty comment to me when I answered a question.
Just found out we could with your question and have wanted this feature since the beginning of the contest Thanks for posting the question.
I'll use it a lot. I love to appreciate, answer questions, and expand the conversation. Thanks!
by tryevth 7 years ago
Can I answer my own questions at hubpages?If I would like to add to the discussion on the question I have asked, can I add it?
by Zara Rasul 7 years ago
Can you answer your own questions (in the Answers section and not in Forums) with a hub.So for eg. I have asked a question "Are you addicted to Social Media?" I have also written a hub called "I am a digital junkie." If I post my hub as an answer to my own question, will that be...
by Dennis L. Page 6 years ago
Why do people write personal fan mail notes, but yet haven't commented on an article?Am I the only one who sits in utter amazement at people who send personal fan mail notes telling you how wonderful, inspiring, creative and informative your writing is, only to find out they have NEVER even written...
by Joana e Bruno 7 years ago
Can we answer our own questions in the contest?I just realised (after writting an entire hub) we probably can't. Right?
by Carolee Samuda 4 years ago
Why is it that some writers do not respond to individual comments on their hubs?I noticed this with some writers who have been on HP for two years or more. They will choose to respond directly to some comments and ignore the others. Doesn't it make you feel like not commenting on these writers...
by Annsalo 2 years ago
Why do hubbers turn off commenting for an article?Especially if it is a "Stir the pot" type question. What is the point of taking time to write articles, sometimes very well written articles, then turning off the comments? We all know the Q and A doesn't provide ample room for any real...
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