I go through the poems posted by fellow hubbers and was commenting on them either in HP or letterpile site. Now I am not able to do it in letterpile site. This is happening in case of other articles also which are shifted to niche sites. Any solution?
The comments have been temporarily disabled as the sites are migrated to the new platform. They will be reinstated at a later date.
The new LetterPile format is terrible. It chops up my poems in multiple lines/sections, divided by ads, so the poem is practically unreadable.
I don't know what to do except to un-publish them, republish on the HP format, and not give HP permission to arbitrarily move them to LetterPile.
A common complaint many have nowadays - not being able to comment anymore. I hope the feature is brought back soon.
I am having problems commenting in a few different sites. Has something changed in the last few months?
Only way to comment right now is under the news feed if you can find the article.
Hi everyone... :-)
I'v been away due to a recovery. But I tried to post several comments using the news feed access, and it didn't work. Well, one of them worked; the other four did not. It's quite frustrating.
We are pushing forward with our plans to reinstate comments. Right now, you can still comment on articles when signed in to your HubPages author account. You can also "approve" or "deny" comments on your articles if you want them to appear live.
by Tajwer Shakir 6 months ago
Hi, hubbers I have just noticed that the poetry at letterpile.com does not give an option to comment below my poems. It only shows the comments already made but no further comment box to be found for my viewers or readers to add new comments. Why is that so? Seeking help and guidance!
by Eric Caunca 9 months ago
I can only comment at Hubpages but not on Network Sites. How to do it? Thank you.
by schoolgirlforreal 4 months ago
My old hubs I can. My most recent hub, I was able to comment once, but now not able to reply to any of my commenter's comments.I don't like this new format.I also don't like all the ads in the way.
by Cholee Clay 2 weeks ago
Are they suppose to be in the middle of articles, or is this a bug? I only see this on a handful of niche sites.They are also appearing in the comments/Q&A which I find less distracting, but some of these are popping up in the middle of content making it appear like the author is recommending...
by Misbah Sheikh 4 months ago
Hello beautiful Souls Is it only me, who is getting zero traffic from LetterPile or someone else is also facing the same situation Please let me know.
by Hegel 5 months ago
I think most hubbers are really shy to comment on others' work. They like to read hubs (through the HubPages news~feed), but when it comes to leaving an insightful comment [which most can, if they try a bit], they are really shy.Why is this trend? What is the point of joining this website, if are...
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