Why do I see 'moderate your comments' when I reply to the comments I receive for my hubs?
There are times when I see the words 'moderate your own comments' beneath the reply I have given to the comments I get for my hubs. What does it mean?
I just ran into that again so I'll be watching for the answer…
It gives you the option to "hide" (if you don't like your comment) or "reply" to your comment (if you have another point to make), after you hit "moderate". You can no longer "edit" your comment however.
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