New search filters available for comments on YouTube

New search filters available for comments on YouTube

Building a community is very important for your channel to grow. This means that you should be interacting as much as possible with your audience. Time is not always a resource at your disposal so YouTube has added new filters to help you find the comment you are looking for.

You can now filter comments by:
  1. Response status: have I already responded to this comment?
  2. Contains question: does the comment contain a question?
  3. Subscriber count: does the commenter have at least 1K/10K/100K/1M/10M subs?
  4. Subscriber status: is the commenter publicly subscribed to me?
  5. Member status: is the commenter a member?
YouTube has also made changes to keyword searches. Before it would only display exact matches to keywords, but now you will also see results for "subscriber" and "subscribers" for that same search.

To check out these features follow these steps:
  1. Go to your YouTube Studio.

  2. From the left menu, select "Comments".

  3. Click the filter bar (right after the default "Comments I haven't responded to" filter), and add additional filters. You can combine multiple filters to narrow down your search.

For more details click here.

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