Neville Longbottom (ex_neville87) wrote in lj_dev,
Neville Longbottom
ex_neville87
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private comments

Perhaps an idea would be for comments to be able to made private?

I.E. If you make an entry "friends only" to read, only people on your friends lists can read it. But lets say a friend makes a comment to you and you want to put a private answer on it that only they can read.

As far as I know, this isn't possible right now.
I think it would be handy, however.

Although I suppose the counter-argument could be made that email could accomplish the same idea. But if you wanted say 3 people to be able to read the comments, instead of all your friends, then it seems feasible for that purpose for the private comments to be useful.

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