I posted another new article recently and a friend of mine noticed there was no space to comment. I checked other articles that have been commented on and they're missing now too. Have comments been removed?
Comments were removed a couple of months ago once HP moved all the niche sites to the Maven platform. There have been several forum threads about the loss of comments and other changes you may or may not have noticed. Additionally, any articles that remain on Hubpages.com no longer have the ability to earn. New articles will be sent to Discover.Hubpages (Maven platform). Those that haven't been moved from HubPages.com to Discover or one of the niche sites are basically stagnant. According to our latest HP newsletter, comments will be integrated into the Maven sites sometime in the first half of 2021. This will involve reprogramming the software.
It would behoove you to follow the forums that concern HP changes. HubPages Announcements is where you'll find the latest news without having to be surprised when you find out the hard way. You can choose your notifications in "Notification Settings" by way of "My Account". Look at the tabs at the top of the page to find it.
Perfect! Thank you. I did about a year of writing for SI through Hubpages so havent written anything of my own in awhile and missed all this new stuff. I appreciate you taking the time to fill me in!
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