My Notification tells me that my Hub has two "Unapproved Comments".
Where are they? I have looked carefully through them - twice - and cannot see any that say unapproved.
It most likely simple means that you have two comments on your hubs that you haven't approved yet. You can always click on the word HubPages up top next to the search bar and see if those comments are listed there under the comment tag. The other way to locate them is a lot more time consuming and you will have to search through each individual hub. Good Luck!
I tried the first way and saw nothing. I am going through the second way, which is pretty easy since a lot of my Hubs have few comments. lol
When you are in comments, at the top of each comment you will see the name of the hub that the comments are on, click on it, it will take you to the hub that should have the comment on.
It should be showing in the comments button to let you know which ones it is. I have had this happen in questions and could not approve them because it was waiting for approval by HP moderators. Finally it just went away but it did stay up quite a long time. I tried approving them seeing nothing wrong but couldn't. A little aggravating, I know.
I have the same problem also, they are not on my hub to approve them, only in the comments, I know these are real comments, real people here on HubPages.
I asked this question in the forum, do not know the answer as I could not find it in the forum now, and have had no email to say someone has replied, that was two days ago, the comments are still there.
Hope it gets fixed soon.
I thought that only the Hub Author could approve or disapprove a comment.
If you have comments on your Hubs to approve they will show here.
You can also filter by the other statuses to see SPAM, approved, etc.
Keep in mind there are times when a comment is made and later determined to be SPAM or deleted by the original poster.
Thanks Matthew, I already checked the site that you gave me. I have decided to just give up on where they are and go on with my writing. Thank you anyway.
Have a nice night. :-)
I agree, I will just move on also those two comments are never going to be put on the hub.
Thanks to all.
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