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This article was published on January 13, 2014

YouTube launches single management page for checking, responding to, and moderating comments

YouTube launches single management page for checking, responding to, and moderating comments Image by: AFP
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Just a few months ago, the YouTube Inbox could be used to manage comments from a single page, but when YouTube moved over to the new Google+ commenting system, that feature suddenly disappeared. YouTube has now brought it back via a new comment management page located at youtube.com/comments.

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The new comment management page lets you see, respond to, and moderate comments (switch between comments that are published on the channel, comments that are pending approval, or comments that have been marked as spam) all in one place. You can also remove comments, flag comments for spam or abuse, give a thumbs up, or click to the video page and reply.

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