Usually there are 3 tabs in this special page:
Posts (posts and replies in Discussions)
Messages (posts and replies in Message Walls)
Comments (posts and replies in comment sections of Articles and Blogs)
These tabs contain a list of logs, each log with a specific link to the actual user activity:
▪ Post link: /f/p/POST-ID
▪ Message link: /wiki/FULLPAGENAME?threadId=THREAD-ID
▪ Comment link: /wiki/FULLPAGENAME#articleComments
We see that the links on "Messages" and "Comments" have kind of similar format. So my question is: Why are the links on the Comments tab not specific? Is there a reason for them to have a generic anchor link to the top of the comments section? Wouldn't make more sense if we had on that tab, just like on the other two, specific links to the actual user activity?
I mean, the displayed text is correct:
▪ Comment on ARTICLE/BLOG's page: Yada yada.
▪ Reply to USER's comment on ARTICLE/BLOG's page: Yada yada.
But just look at the links provided. The 2nd and 3rd links are basically the same (the 3rd just adds the anchor):
▪ Comment on FULLPAGENAME's page: FULLPAGENAME#articleComments.
▪ Reply to USER's comment on FULLPAGENAME's page: FULLPAGENAME#articleComments.
And the 3rd is not only a duplicate redundant link, but also a troll link, because you think it's going to take you to the actual comment, but all it does is sending you to the bottom of the page. LOL. Wow, great work! I could not find the bottom of that page without the help of that link... And if a page has 300 comments, it's like saying: Whatever dude, the comment is somewhere in there, one day you'll find it. WTH? Just WHY?