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 ...
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 template ...
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
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 ...
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-...
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:
Under Settings > Posts, Comments and Sharing > Comments ... set Comment Location to Embedded.
NB This certainly works on several of my blogs - I'm not sure if it functions the same way on all templates, though.
I checked your blog and I see it uses Blogger Dynamic Templates. Firstly, to solve the problem with the comments not showing under the post.
Your blog doesn't have a commonly used fix in the template (its absence has known to cause issues with sidebar not appearing, comment form not appearing, custom CSS not applying). I suggest you do the following changes ...
Trello does not support features such attachments and markdown in comments. You can, however, add a URL to the image in the comment. It will appear as the full text of the URL, but the UI will automatically add a hyperlink.
Edit (2017) Markdown in comments has had limited support for some time.
I checked your blog, comment numbers are showing instead of real comments on the blog post.
You can recover all your comments by following these steps:
First of all backup or restore your Blogger Template
Go to Blogger Dashboard > Template > Edit HTML
Click on "Revert widget templates to default" button, appears in right mid.
A window will open, check the ...
Try checking youtube.com/comments.
If YouTube thinks a comment may be of low quality, it will sometimes hold comments for manual review before publicly displaying them on a video. If you've been emailed about a comment and you can't find it on your video, it's more than likely being held for review, or was marked as spam.
Note: This answer was originally ...
If you would like to access the previous comments you have made on your account, go ahead and sign-in to the account, and from there you should be able to access the following: https://www.youtube.com/feed/history/comment_history
This will allow you to see each other the comments you have added to videos, in chronological order. Of course, if you would ...
According to an old reply (from 2011) on the Official YouTube forum, no, deleting an account will not delete the comments published with that account.
Try to recover your account in order to be able to delete the comments you posted with it.
How do I delete all of my YouTube Comments and Replies?
https://myaccount.google.com/deleteyoutube tells you what happens if your YouTube account gets deleted:
The following will be permanently deleted:
Your i videos
Your j playlists
Your k subscriptions to other channels
m subscribers to your channel
Comments that you made on YouTube
Your replies and thumbs-up on comments, except those made ...
You need to (manually) HTML entity encode the HTML entity in order to display a literal HTML entity! In other words:
In fact, you need to manually HTML entity encode most HTML if you want to display the literal HTML in the comment, since Disqus allows you to use several HTML tags in order to format your comments.
The comments from your blog are shown on your blog's "Comments RSS" page, so the comments are already on your blog's server. All you need to do is to display the comments on your blog.
There is an option on blogs being hosted with blogger to either turn ON or turn OFF comments. If your comments are not visible, do the following.
Log on to your blogger’s ...
The easiest way of doing this that I can think of is to open the page in chrome and save it as PDF that way you have a record of the conversation and its also searchable.
If you dont use chrome you could also use a pdf conversion tool like PrimoPDF