In the settings of the Hubtivity widget, under "Comments", I have unchecked "you made" but I have checked "on hubs that you commented on". I want to see comments of others on hubs that I commented on but I don't need to see my own comments in Hubtivity (because I know what I did).
But apparently it still shows my own comments because, of course, my own comment is also a comment on a hub that I have commented on. Can anyone still follow?
To be clear: when I have unchecked "you made" but I have checked "on hubs that you commented on", I expect to see only comments of other Hubbers but not my own.
by Haunty6 years ago
Check here: http://hubpages.com/my/activity/commented-onI'll start.9543 and this makes me Level 3. EDIT: As rebekahELLE pointed out, I made a mistake. That's not what the number stands for.Instead, let's now post how...
by thecounterpunch10 years ago
Hello friends,I have made an article here:http://hubpages.com/hub/French_Vacation … rench_lazyA lot of people commented it a few days ago already, I didn't have time to answer during the week, so I only answered...
by Shawn May Scott5 years ago
I am still new to Hubpages and have been enjoying a rather successful start. Thank you to those who have voted my articles up and those few of you who have begun to follow me. But I have noticed one thing of late and...
by Dinesh2 years ago
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by Trsmd9 years ago
Which is the Most Comments Page of yours? And Anybody can list the most commented page in Hubpages?
by Hello, hello,6 years ago
Please explain to me the idea behind the new "invention" of emails from the Hub Team that somebody commented on somebody's hub?I know there is a good reason behind it but what?
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