RE: Who Knew? Reply on November 23, 2017 06:16 AM
<< Modifed November 24 at 10:18AM >>
You can send up to 12 personal messages per day, Jan. That's why many times those six star ratings notifications that come into our inboxes do not get answered by me in a timely manner.
If I write one poem that gets 61 reviews and 28 of those are sixes, that leaves 16 to answer. If one happens to write a great deal, those add up very quickly.
Therefore your inbox becomes too overloaded to respond to all the messages received.
It's not because they're being ignored or unappreciated. It's because of the site's policy limiting us to just 12 private messages per day.
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