In the comments section after a Hub ends, there's an "approve" and "deny" button after each comment.
That is there for you to approve or deny the comment posted to your hub.
You can manually do it while on the hub, if you like. Or you can do it from the "comments" section on your statistics page under my account.
"That is there for you to approve or deny the comment posted to your hub."
Thought so. Sometimes I'm intuitive, sometimes not too much, so I thought it best to check.
by Margaret Schindel 2 years ago
If I view my account's Comments page, it's easy to view, approve and respond to unapproved comments. However, if I go to a new comment in one of my hubs and click Approve, I cannot reply to it directly on the comment. Instead, I have to go to my main Comments page and find the now approved comment...
by Laura Izett 7 years ago
Do you accept or deny comments that leave a link to someone's website?I don't mind people leaving a link to one of their hubs but I don't know about people leaving a link to their own website.
by Lisa VanVorst 4 years ago
When a person comments on your hub are you supposed to hit approve or deny.Yes thank you finally a comment on one of my hubs. I hit approve meaning approved of this answer was that correct?
by CCahill 5 years ago
What Would Happen if you didn't Approve a comment?Under new comments there is 2 buttons... APPROVE and SPAMBut what happens if you press neither? If nothing, then is the approve button really neccasary? or should it just be a default until you hit Spam?
by Haunty 8 years ago
When I post a comment to someone's hub including a question and they approve it, but do not answer the question, does that mean they have no manners? In your opinion.
by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
What does it mean when your comment does not post immediately on a hub but you can see that others do? Is it related to the "accept or deny" buttons in the comment section on our page? Seems there's another level of regulation I'm missing because it doesn't happen every time. Some...
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