Is there a way to close the box for Global Comment default selections after we have set them? I miss seeing the comments right up at the top, replaced by this Global Comment Capsule box.
I know to scroll down to get to the first comment, but is it necessary to see this choice every time I address comments?
The option to collapse/uncollapse the Global Comments box is now available.
I opened a thread once before about this topic. However, I didn't ask for the ability to close it.
I asked that they put it into a better location, like under "activity", where it should be.
Hi and thanks for your input on this suggestion.
I love the way you put it Relache, takes up too much real estate. Haha.
Cags, did anyone from the oval office respond to your thread? It isn't a big thing but you're right. Not in the right category.
Paradigms, My mouse wheel is my index finger but the finger prints are getting worn off. It'll need botox soon.
I don't even know what a Global Comment Capsule Selection Box is. Is this something I am supposed to see when I log in somewhere? The only log-in links I use are My Account and Forums.
I've added it to the list to collapse the Global Commenting Box; might take a while though - our engineers have a lot on their plate right now. Thanks for the suggestion!
WriteAngled, here's the LC entry on the comments capsule that also has an explanation on the Global Commenting Box: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/comments-capsule
by Sherri 8 years ago
I'm sure there are many reasons for and against responding to comments left by your readers. What do you think?
by Christy Kirwan 15 months ago
Please visit the HubPages Blog for an update on Comment Capsules in articles and let us know here if you have any questions or comments.
by PiaC 7 years ago
Later this afternoon, we will roll-out a new setting in the comments section to help you manage your comments features across all your Hubs. These settings are currently available in the comment capsule options, where you choose between these options: * "Disable new comments from...
by Jean Bakula 7 years ago
Last night I couldn't answer somebody's comment on one of my hubs. I tried a few times, and my answer kept disappearing. This morning I added a new comments capsule, and deleted the old one, but now I lost several comments people made (I knew that would probably happen). Now I tried to comment on...
by Cindy Murdoch 7 years ago
How do you put a text capsule or a link capsule under the comments capsule?I have seen several hubs recently that have these capsules under the comments capsule. But when I insert either of these capsules, I cannot move them underneath the comments capsule. I like the idea of being able to put them...
by Whitney 8 years ago
What are the potentially cons of not using a comment box?I'm tired of answering the same questions over and over again. I'm tired of getting rude comments. I'm tired of dealing with it basically. I want to help people, but answering the same question over and over again or having to defend myself...
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