That is a pretty vague question. Comments to whom? About what? I guess throughout my life to as many people as I know possibly 5 million on many different topics of discussion as there are grains of sand on earth.
I could probably look around and get an idea, if people didn't delete my comments after I dissapeared. But then, quite alot of the comments I made were on hubs of no longer existing hubbers. (Also I feel funny about the whole subdomain thing. I know that if I look at anyones hub, they will know it was me.) I bet I could have been a level 3 commentor, back in the day.
well, I dont spy either. I just feel "watched" kind of. I will get over it. And I know, I think the levels are kind of funny. (no offense intended to the inventors of accolades and the people who love to get them.)
I agree. It's totally great if the accolades inspire people to participate. The more there is of US, the more exciting and lively the site. I like this website - the Khan Accademy, which gives awards and point for watching its instructional videos.
once my husband had to do a whole bunch of online classes and take little quizzes after each video, for a new job. It was pretty stupid and all stuff he already knew, relating to driving a commercial truck. WELL he got a bad headach from the computer screen and so I offered to do some of the quizzes for him so he could rest. I ended up doing all the rest, over half. He ended up getting an award at the company christmas party for being the first employee ever to finish the video training.
I'm glad you pointed out the total comments included from everyone...I was under the impression that I had made over 63,000 comments in the past yr and half. !!! No wonder I couldn't get anything else done in my life,
This is fun, I just went over and checked, and it says I've made, 59,758 comments. I wonder what the record is. I've been cited as a level 6 commenter, but some are even higher than that, so I wonder how many comments they've made. I hope this doesn't spark competition, because it's just good innocent fun.
Example: I picked one hub that I know I've recently commented on. I looked at the "ever" comments listed, which means that I would have that total, by what you're saying and it said 8 comments were made.
However, I traveled to the hub and only made 2 comments on the hub. The hub had 8 comments on it.
I'm glad that it has been clarified that the 'total' in the comments column is not our individual total b/c mine reads: 63,050 and I was shocked. It would mean I was spending way to long on HP--and not doing anything else with my life,
Total # of hubs I have commented on: 3,093 to this moment.
That chart of stats can't be right, anyway. On mine it lists how many comments have been made on a particular hub in the last 4 hours, the last 24 hours, etc.
Some of those stats have remained the same (e.g., comments in the last 4 hours), showing that a comment has been made on one of my hubs, when I know for a fact that it has not been.
So, as far as I'm concerned, there's some kind of bug or glitch in those stats and they are worthless. Except for having a fun game. And since my numbers are pretty low , I won't participate. But it's fun to be a spectator!
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