My Digital Diary

November 11, 2007

WordPress comments

Filed under: IT Professionals, Miscellaneous, software Industry — Tags: , , — nitin @ 4:32 am

Fellas….am posting this well known information just for those who may not be aware of this features from wordpress and therefore not using it for their advantage.

Actually I have noticed many of my post are discussed incompletely or many comments are unanswered.Isn’t it tedious to just look at your latest comments section for following up..i fear it can’t work for longer threads…

All comments made by you in wordpress and the responses to your comments can be traced with just one click.No need to hop around Indiviuals blogs of wordpress to check out the responses to your comments.

One just need to login to your acount and then click the “My Dashboard” for “My Comments ” section. I presume ,no one can miss this super cool feature..but then , ppl are missing to follow up their comments. I  like commenting a lot and my main problem was to track my comments; which was solved by this feature provided by wordpress.

So those guys ,who are fully aware can ignore this information.But plzzzzzzz ..you need to respond to comments made on your comments/posts  😉

More information click here

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16 Comments »

  1. how to add a blogroll?

    Comment by assemkhan — November 13, 2007 @ 8:57 am

  2. @Asshim
    Go to BloggRoll Tab as shown in the screenshot. Waha pe “addLinks” nam ka hyperlink hoga.
    Try that.

    Comment by nitin — November 13, 2007 @ 10:50 am

  3. I know about this feature and agree this is very useful in tracing your responses.

    Comment by pr3rna — November 14, 2007 @ 5:57 pm

  4. @Prerna..
    certainly its the best. Its only that people shud be aware ..especially those who are
    less techie ..

    Comment by nitin — November 16, 2007 @ 4:20 am

  5. Arre..yeh to pata hi tha…but it will track comments only if you commented while logged into wordpress. Which is something I do not do at a number of occasions.

    Comment by Poonam Sharma — November 16, 2007 @ 11:10 am

  6. ya u r correct that we need to login otherwise how will wordpress know who commented.

    And don’t you feel that you shud keep track of comments;bocs if you dont login then it will
    be difficult for you to trace.anyway…you are well aware of this.. 🙂

    Comment by nitin — November 16, 2007 @ 11:29 am

  7. I think I’ve missed this somehow… I would actually like to delete some of the recurring comments that are months old now on ‘my comments’ page…The threads are ‘dead’ and/or we’ve all moved on… So, how does one ‘delete’ ‘my comments’? hmmmmm? Any suggestions??? Cheers, c

    Comment by canadada — December 9, 2007 @ 4:50 pm

  8. Hii Canadada ..Welcome here…

    Well My-Comments section shows comments made by you on your /others blog..
    But,You can only delete comments made on your blog by anyone.
    For this –>>Go to Comments section which is just above “My Comments” tab.Check out the screenshot for clear understanding.
    Their is a delete/approve/unapprove buttons.You can delete comments from this view..All this comments are on your blog made by you/others.

    Sadly..you cannot delete comments made by you on other’s blog.
    hope this info helps.. 🙂

    Comment by nitin — December 9, 2007 @ 7:01 pm

  9. Thanks, I think I get it now. Cheers, c

    Comment by canadada — December 10, 2007 @ 12:59 pm

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