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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Approve comments on blogger

Blogger owners who want to moderate comments on their blog will find this guide useful. You can moderate comments on blogger before it goes live on blog. This is handy for control comment spam. Blogger administrator can accept or reject comment before comment is published. Here you will find step by step instructions how to enable comment moderation.


Also, this post give answer how to find out to which post unpublished comment is connected. For example I have one unpublished comment and want to learn to which post it will be published.

Moderate comments on blogger



How to enable comment moderation


  • In blogger dashboard comment moderation setting can be found under the Settings|Comments tab

  • for comment moderation setting chose always

    Blogspot comment moderation setting

  • save settings

  • now under Posting tab you can go to Comment Moderation and review new unpublished comments

  • if comment is appropriate you can publish it. Or reject if you think it is a spam

  • when comment is published you can (as blogger owner) delete it. There is no option for blogger administrator to modify comments


Find out post name where comment will be published


To learn to which post a comment will be published on blogger in the Comment Moderation window click Post Name link (Sort: Post Name, Comment Date). You can see this link on the image from begging of this post. After you click on Post Name link sorting, Post name will become visible.

Learn post name in Comment Moderation for blogger


10 comments:

Ishan .... said...

One of the main feature of using third party comment system is Reply option to comments which blogger lack.
I recently saw this tutorial on How to add reply option to blogger comments and thought to share with you

J.Sheng said...

heyy
thanks!!
I can't get a clue before reading your guide!

offshore companies in cyprus said...

there a chance that comment spam could cause a penalty in google? and im assuming that if it did happen it would show in webmaster tools? thanks!

predatorpets said...

thanks for sharing

san francisco real estate said...

Yes, all webmaster and bloggers like that his blog or post not getting adult comments. So they have to enable comment moderation. But I wonder when we do useful comment on their content still, they are not approving comments.

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Internet Marketing said...

A ggod way to limit spam contents but cost you a little time to delete them

Kurian Cyriac said...

Needed this, Thank You!