One of the videos from the University of Florida had some links at the end of the video. Since, I could not click on the screen, I decided to type each link in the comments. But, later on my comments disappeared. So, I have once again posted a single comment on the video saying "I'm writing the above links here so that we can click them. Please do not remove this comment.", followed by the above links. So, I need to ask the YouTube channel moderators why my previous comments were removed. So, how can I contact YouTube channel moderators?

  • The question doesn't look to be a good fit for this site as it's very likely that only the corresponding community moderator will be able to do it. Apr 24, 2021 at 19:16
  • Look at channel information to see if they have posted how to do that. Apr 24, 2021 at 20:15
  • Please edit your question to make the question a good fit for this site. You could change the question to ask that keeping the actual content as context. Apr 24, 2021 at 20:18
  • But then whom do I ask a question about YouTube comments and where? Apr 24, 2021 at 20:21
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    Hi. I think that the best to as ask to help regarding another post rather than postint a comment on an unrelated to post is to post a question on Web Applications Meta or a message in the Web Applications Chat. Jan 4, 2023 at 21:58

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If the video description doesn't include community rules / contact details, check out the YouTube user / channel About

  1. Click in the YouTube video owner / channel

owner/channel located under number of views

  1. Click on the About tab

about tab is located next to the discussion tab

  1. Check out the information there:

there are sections for details and links for the channel

In this specific case, the about page only include an email and a link. YouTube owners / channels administrators can moderate the comments. It's up to them which comments will be kept / deleted and as well as if to offer contact options or not and if they offer them if they will reply and when.

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