Discovering ‘Hidden’ Comments & WordPress

I have found myself getting lost in the labyrinth of WordPress settings at times and I made an interesting discovery days ago. Where there was a page of comments waiting approval and spam comments, which has always been those bot comments filtered out, I discovered a hidden treasure pile of comments. Actual comments, from actual people that I have been interacting with for a long time in some circumstances. Some of these from many months ago and these comments never showed themselves for approval. So, I have been replying to ages old comments recently. If it was a comment of yours, I am very sorry for the delay!

I just hope that no-one feels that I have just been ignoring people. Sori sori! :/

If you are someone who can tell me why comments from people who had been approved for instantaneous posting of comments previously, are suddenly in my spam comments folder, it would be good to know so please tell us!

Technical difficulty…always.

-Mliae

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6 thoughts on “Discovering ‘Hidden’ Comments & WordPress”

    1. OMG 9800…So many! Haha I understand why you have given up – one can only get so far through those. I know! Something changed with the algorithm. I wish they would change it back because this just…alienates people.

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  1. An fascinating dialogue is worth comment. I feel that it’s best to write more on this matter, it won’t be a taboo subject however typically individuals are not sufficient to talk on such topics. To the next. Cheers

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