Click on "Comments" at the top right corner (marked in the image below). The resolved ones are listed there.
To see the original context of a comment, click on that comment. This will only work if the original context still exists (wasn't deleted). If the original context was deleted, you can make a copy of an earlier version of the document, ...
If you simply go to the site https://www.youtube.com/feed/history/comment_history (assuming you are currently logged on to the account from which the comment was made) you can see all comments that you have made.
From that area, you may click on any of the highlighted (and thus, linked) words, which will be linked according to the content to which they ...
Ronnie Bincer offers a technique for finding your comments:
Use Google Plus SEARCH in a special way and you can find your comments (and other people's shares of your stuff, etc.)
Use this technique to find your comments...
Enter a Google Plus search like this:
"Ronnie Bincer" -inurl:108210288375340023376
Where the name in quotes is ...
Yes. I looked through Facebook help center and settings, and could not find anything regarding disabling comments from friends. There is however, an option to disable comments from subscribers and from friends of friends on public posts.
You can do this as follows, in the Google Document click File > Download As > Web page.
Then, open the downloaded file with any browser, print that. At the bottom of the document you will have all the comments.
There isn't a global setting for comments in Google Sites, so the comments should be disabled page by page.
You could disable the comments option page by page manually. Unfortunately looks that there isn't a method to do this automatically by using Google Apps Script.
To avoid this problem in the future, create a page ...
After the integration with Google+, YouTube's comment section is indexed differently. There no longer is an "/all_comments" section for each video. In order to search for comments on Google, you'll change your search query to:
"Username"* ago site:youtube.com/watch
I made a video explaining how to do it here: Search YouTube Comments With Google
The option "Posting Preferences" no longer exists
The chosen solution does not resolve the issue of posting as yourself on your page, but outlines how to switch your account to act on behalf of your page on Facebook.
You can post as yourself to a page you admin by selecting Edit Page in the upper right-hand corner of the page -> Your Settings on the top of ...
Sure. Just edit your profile (or timeline) and change the privacy setting next to your work info to "Friends". The same setting controls its visibility both on your profile and on third party sites that use Facebook Connect.
Check the comment when you're not logged in to Facebook (or from a different browser), and you'll see that the sensitive info isn't ...
Per the Google Drive Help page:
We've received reports of users seeing comment indicators on cells in which no comments exist, as well as comment indicators in the incorrect cell after a sheet is resorted, duplicated, or amended by copy/paste.
Our team is aware of the issue and working on a fix. As a workaround, if you notice out-of-place comment ...
I don't think there is a way to turn off the highlighting and still leave the comments as shown in your example pic. However, there are a few alternatives that may work for you. First is that you can mark comments as resolved. This will remove the highlighting, but will also hide the comment. You can show the resolved comments along with all other ...
According to this Atlassian Answers question, there is no built-in way to do so.
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You've been caught spamming!
Comments are supposed to be related to the video they are attached to, and advertising another channel is most likely irrelevant to the discussion.
Solution: save yourself some grief and time, spare others the nuisance of spam, and spend a few bucks in an actual, proper advertising solution.
(AdWords comes to mind, they'll ...
The answer would appear to be: You can't. (At least right now.)
From Google Support, regarding the Android app:
The Drive app doesn’t currently support viewing and editing comments in Google spreadsheets or Google presentations.
Google Support, iOS app:
The Drive app doesn’t currently support viewing and editing comments in Google spreadsheets or ...
When you like a comment on Youtube, unlike when you like an actual video, the like registers, but does not actually display (presumably while it undergoes security measures to ensure the like was valid). Don't worry: it is working.
On each post there is a timestamp at the lower right, usually after the number of comments and likes on the post.
Click the timestamp and you'll be taken to a page focussing on just that wall post like so:
From there you can keep clicking "View previous comments" to reveal all previous comments.
As mentioned by @mark4o, the privacy settings within the info section indeed takes care of managing your identity.
Be sure to first check whether your info is available by using the "view as" feature.
A second place to do testing is the comments plugin documentation page. Have two windows open, one as logged into Facebook the other not.
For example here ...
By installing an extension/add-on that does it, like Ghostery. It blocks/removes a lot of things, but you can just select Disqus out of the preferences list and that’s it.
I have tested this on linux machine. the work around is download it as an .odt document. Then open it in libreoffice and then export it as pdf. Since libreoffice is available for windows also so my guess is it will work for windows also.
After exporting it the comments is visible as an icon where you have commented. See screenshot below.
Google docs ...
This largely depends on if the Blogspot user allows people to subscribe to the comments. If they do, you will see the option when you click through to view the comments for the post.
At the bottom of the page (or on the side depending on their layout) there usually is a link in the form of:
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
That will lead to a link of ...
Public posts allow anyone to comment on them unless you have Followers enabled with the correct settings. With the correct settings, only Friends or Friends of Friends may comment on even public posts.
Mark Zuckerberg probably has Followers turned on with the Friends of Friends setting enabled for commenting access. The people you see commenting don't have ...
You could find your comment by using binary search and changing the url manually:
Start by getting the time of your comment from the activity log. Then go to the post and press on the time-and-date-text below one of the comments. The URL you go to should look something like this:
You can access all comments from your Activity Log. First open your timeline view, and there's a link to access the Activity log.
From the Activity log, select "Comments", and you'll get a chronological list of all your comments.
In addition, you can also request a download of your Facebook data, if you want to do some automated analysis or processing on ...
At the bottom of most Blogspot posts you will find a link like the following:
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
When you click on that it will show you a code dump. It is the RSS feed for that particular post, including all the comments.
All you need to then do is look for the comment you're interested in and then go to the first <published> that ...
At the present time, there is no setting that allows you to get notifications for upvotes (or downvotes) on comments.
The feature to which you are referring was the ability to receive a Google+ notification whenever someone +1'd a comment that you made on a YouTube video. As part of Google's undoing of YouTube's integration with Google+, which began mid-...