YouTube Unveils Comments Management Page

When YouTube switched over to its current, much-maligned Google+ commenting system, they also did away with creators’ ability to manage all their videos’ comments through their YouTube inboxes. Today, YouTube launched a new comments management page aimed at making up for the loss.

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YouTube creators can now see, reply to and moderate all their comments through the comments page found in the community section of their dashboards — all of which essentially amounts to the old comments section of the YouTube inbox … except new.

YouTube wrote on their Creator Blog that they “fast-tracked the development” of the new comment management page, and so of course that fast-tracking means corners were cut and some options like replying inline and expanding all replies are not currently available.

Also see:

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