I've been replying to comments posted at the bottom of my published hubs. The problem is when I hit "reply" and type in my response to their comment, the reply goes to the bottom of the comments instead of directly underneath the comment I'm replying to. What am I doing wrong? Is there another location to that I should be posting my replies from? Thanks so much!
What you are experiencing is exactly how the comment box works. You can't put your reply right next to the relevant comment. Although that exact feature has been requested for a few years now, it doesn't yet exist.
This feature you want is present only in the forums, it will be nice if the comments will have it in the future.
I just used this feature of replying to the comment and I have decided to comment instead of reply in the future.. that way your comment sits under the actual comment making it easy for the person who has commented to find it!
This feature of replying to comments won't work especially if a reader has asked a question and is looking for your response. Sorry if this has got a bit complicated.
Team HP you need to consider this.
direct comment reply underneath a post would really be good. I hope they would consider it.
sorry if it's a bit small. it was big when i scanned it.
for more clarity, you can save it first on your computer and view it from there.
Yeah Right!!! That's what all the boys say!
that's not what i meant. and i never scan it.
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