Would it be possible to programme the comment popping up again and again.
In other words, when I write a reply to a comment and if there another 10 comments there in a row. I have to write a reply, press submit, click out and click back again to the same page. Now, if after writing a reply(comment) and I click submit could it be programmed for the next reply(comment) capsule to pop up. It would save a lot of time which means more writing and more money.
I hope you understand what I am talking about.
Thank you for your time reading it.
Thanks for your suggestion.
This type of flow is currently what happens as part of the HubPages iphone app:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hubpages … 4783?mt=8#
I will add your suggestion to the list of features to consider.
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