OK, I give up. I know this is possible but I can't figure it out.
Right now, comments on my hubs can be deleted by me but they post immediately. On some hubs I notice the comments don't post until they are reviewed by the hubber.
I want to sent my comments to be reviewed first but I can't find the control to do it. How do you set your hubs up this way?
I've got 77 hubs and 75 of them were no problem, but now I'm getting trolls who use foul language and hateful personal attacks and it drags everybody down. I'm not wanting to censor opposite opinions, but I am getting tired of the public hate mail.
Anyone know how to set this up? Thanks in advance.
Edit the comments capsule where you can set that option
Comments must be approved before they appear
Hope this works for you, PGrundy!
As for the Troubled One, he/she/it is trolling other Hubs as well.
He/she/it has written exactly one, ghastly vile Hub, and the profile is more of the same.
Sooooo, I thumbsed the Hub down, flagged it and reported the profile to the Hub Pages team.
Thank Maria & jyuva!
It's too bad about the hate mail trend here. Hopefully it won't last!
I found the setting, thank you both! That ought to take some of the fun out of it for trolls.
Thank you again and have a great weekend!
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