Can HubPages introduce Disqus for comments moderation, I find it very useful
by Kent Merritt 2 years ago
Hello, fellow hubbers!I'm new here (even though I joined back in 2009, then left for some unknown reason - but now I'm back). I tried to find something about this topic here in the forums, but really could not find anything that answers my question, which is this...Why does HubPages require a...
by Melanie Palen 6 years ago
Every day when I log into HubPages, the first thing I do is read my new comments and approve them.However, I'll be wandering around my hubs and I'll see comments that HubPages kind of says are spam, but I never received ANY notification of the comment.It would be nice to be able to mod these...
by Will Apse 13 months ago
The emails that I have had from readers would have been a useful addition to the comments section of a page. But are annoying simply as emails.Is it possible to discourage 'contact the author' misuse? Maybe place the link at the bottom. Say 'please use comment section for page-related questions' or...
by Diane Minton 5 years ago
What does it mean, 43 yrs since comment was made which awaits moderation? Two of them I have.OK GUYS I am totally not understanding what on earth this means, I have two comments with 43 years ago next to the name of the person who did them???
by Writer Fox 3 years ago
I had a difficult time approving comments from my Account page:Then, when I finally got one approved, I went to the Hub to make a reply and my reply posted 3 times! I removed the extra ones, but I'm afraid to comment on anyone else's Hub because the same thing might happen.
by Darla Sue Dollman 2 months ago
I've been finding comments on my articles, advertisements /testimonials for someone named Dr. Death who places curses on people. The odd thing is, I am not notified of the comments and have no idea they are on the article until I receive another comment from someone else. Has anyone else seen this...
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