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# 107339 9-Aug-2012 17:47
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Is there a subscription feature for blog comments?

I get the RSS for blogs, if I see one of interest I would like to subscribe to the comments.

Pretty sure I don't get any notification of new comments even when I comment.

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  # 670202 9-Aug-2012 17:49
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Your recent posts on available music and video services for instance.

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  # 670203 9-Aug-2012 17:50
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No there isn't. We thought about implementing one, but because comments are mostly moderated it would be a bit complicated in terms of sending out notifications. It can be done, but coding around all the different moderation options would take time - it's not a simple system.

If more people ask for this we will put in the queue - I've been coding A LOT in the last two weeks, mainly around speed, but also around the new forum streams, etc...




 
 
 
 


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  # 670205 9-Aug-2012 17:52
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Also, keep those post in your bookmark - I have been adding new services as I discover them or people tell me about.




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  # 671237 11-Aug-2012 23:23
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Would be a handy feature if you have time to implement it.




Keep calm, and carry on posting.

 

 

 

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  # 671244 11-Aug-2012 23:55
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Maybe start with a beta feature covering only the simplest case and notify blog creators they can use it if they want to. Getting a notification for a comment which is posted and later deleted by moderation is no big deal for a beta. Happens all the time with the forums.

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