Just now I wanted to comment on an article by Nell Rose on LetterPile.com but was unable to comment. I am already logged in to HubPages.com but can't log in to LetterPile. Why it is so? Why there is no button either for logging into that platform or any button for posting my comment on that post of Nell Rose so that appreciate her my admiration of her creativity.
As far as commenting on new sites is concerned, you gotta take a chill pill. Maven is working on this glitch. Till then enjoy reading and writing.
I thought I am the only unlucky one here. But, now I see it is happening with you all. We are all in the same well. That's a great solace to our souls. Now let us the Gods will rescue us.
Thank you all for being with me.
It's not a big deal. Really They'll come back... or they won't. And life will continue, I promise.
I don't think it is a bug. Maven decided to change HubPages so that comments are no longer supported.
We had lost ability to comment on niche sites, but it looks like we gave also lost on discover.hubpages.com too
Yes, i cannot comment any of the hubs at discover hubpages either. Such a pity
This seems to still be a problem, as I went to comment today on an article and found it impossible.
I noted that it also had "log in" in corner right of the page, and when clicking on "Log In" I was taken to my Hubpages Feed, as I was already logged in.
In the absence of being able to comment, being able to give an article a "Like" or "recommend" would be nice, something to be able to show some positive reinforcement to other writers.
No chill pills...it will work out. Hang in there. We are all in the same boat.
The same happens here.you come across a very interesting article but too sad that even a simple comment on the work is impossible
So, don't worry guys.
The Gods will try to fix it as early as possible as it is affecting a large group of their universe.
Was beginning to think this issue was from my end. I have been unable to comment on a few good articles read today.
Now that "Discover is live" and articles many new articles move straight there it has even closed that small window of opportunity we still had to comment. Yes, life will go on, but without as much enjoyment until the ability to comment is restored.
One cant comment but I find out 0f 523 articles the "active' lists only 366 and some articles with thousands of views are missing though the entire article list is on my profile page. How did this change happen ?. It has robbed Hub pages of a lot of its aura.
So, has anyone discovered if it's god's fault, or Discover, or hubpages fault that people are unable to comment, or someone or something of a higher (electronic) power!? :
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