When YouTube introduced its new comments system powered by Google+, it moved comment notices for video creators to alerts. This created a huge inconvenience for many creators who used to manage comments within their YouTube Inboxes. To bring back this old functionality, YouTube announced a new comments page, a new central hub where creators can manage all their YouTube comments.
On youtube.com/comments, users can see and respond to comments in one place, including giving thumbs up. They can also moderate comments by removing them, flagging them as spam or abuse.
YouTube plans to update the page soon with features like inline replies and expanding all replies.
Will you use the new comments page to moderate comments on your videos?