Who else would like a "like a comment" feature?
(or at least be able to respond to other comments on somebody else's hub,) but I think a "like" button beneath each comment on somebody else's hub would be great. I so often like reading somebody else's comment (on somebody else's hub - obviously if on my own hub, I usually type in a comment to let them know) but would it be acceptable to post a comment to that hubber's hub aimed at a commentor instead of at the author? It would be great if I could just click a "like" button beneath a comment that I like. Perhaps it should only be possible if I've already left a comment on that hub.
For me that would me find. But the author of the hub should still have the control so he or she can moderate any comments.
Sounds like a great idea. I read so many excellent comments on Hubs and would like being able to appreciate them.
I agree! I'd love that feature and always look for a Like button when I'm reading hubs or questions. It would help generate more discussion!
I see some great comments and try to make all my comments worthwhile to some degree. The comments that are comments for the sake of volume, I feel diminish our quality.
by JS Matthew 7 years ago
I am not sure if this has been mentioned before as I do not regularly follow the forums. I know some time back we got rid of the "Bookmark This Hub" feature on HubPages because statistically, most Hubbers didn't use it and it was taking up valuable space. Here's a new idea (I hope): Add a...
by Dr Mark 4 years ago
I have been getting one or two questions every day in my email through the new "contact the author" feature. The questions have been very important; almost always they are questions/details that can help other readers.Since these readers are sending emails instead of leaving the...
by HubPages 9 years ago
Earlier this week we announced that it would soon be possible to leave comments on Answers. Great news- the feature is now live!We hope you like it
by John Hansen 7 years ago
The "reply" feature seems to be missing for individual comments. You can reply to one comment but after that all additional comments only have "accept" and "deny" buttons. This happens to me on both my computer and laptop on both Chrome and Safari. Other hubbers have...
by Daily Matters 10 years ago
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by GoogleCashMoney 12 years ago
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