Why has my 'reply' button where I can respond to comments on my hub suddenly disappeared?
The 'Approve' button is still there, but after I've hit that, it just comes up with 'deny.' Is this a new feature?
Mine has disappeared as well, and I do not know why? I thought there was a problem with my computer. In His Love, Faith Reaper
Mine has also disappeared. I found that if i type in the general comment section below the button, just some gibberish. The reply button appears under the hubber's comment again. I simply delete the gibberish one by going in to "change", and then enter my response by hitting the reply button under the hubber comment == that suddenly appeared. Hope this helps. Maybe the glitch will be worked out soon -- or updates will appear in the format.
Mine has disappeared to! I notice that after I approve and write a comment it reappears. So I believe that I should approve some ones comment and then go back and write a reply.
Me too! What's going on I wonder? I thought perhaps it was part of new hub features.
Yes mine has disappeared as well must be a glich somewhere.
That's a good tip teacher12345 will do that if I have to,
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