How keep track of new comments on other bloggers’ posts

Frustrated because you like to read new comments on other bloggers’ posts when you have added a comment and find it time consuming to keep going back to the post to see if there is new comment? Well – you don’t need to!

Thankfully Cammie helped me out by telling me about Co-mment.

Here is how you use Co-mment:

  1. Add the Bookmarket to your Web browser
  2. Create an account with Co-mment
  3. Every time you comment on a post you press the Track co.mments
  4. Log into your co-comments account to check the updates of comments
  5. Alternatively click on the subscribe icon in your account and copy the feed address into your Feed Reader (e.g. Google Reader, Bloglines, NetVibes)


Thanks Cammie you have given me a definite timesaver. This makes commenting on other people’s posts sooooo much easier!!!

13 thoughts on “How keep track of new comments on other bloggers’ posts

  1. Hi, Co-comment is a great tool to use. I did find that it’s not compatible with WordPress blogs using the “reply to comment” plugin, so I stopped using Co-comment. You’ve reminded me to give it another try, especially since there has been an update for the Firefox CC plugin. 🙂

    JoLynn Braley Reply

  2. Hi JoLynn

    Thanks for your nice feedback – please note it is co-mment and not co-comment that I am using. To confuse matters you can subscribe to blog comments with both.


    dswaters Reply

  3. Hi Sue Waters,

    I really like the idea of the chocolate challange. We are working really hard to make our blog look more tidy. Do you think you can write a story in 6 words, If you can come and write one in on our blog. Maybe also you might want to look at the blog challange, clustrmap, the google map even maybe and try to click the you tube video.

    Cheers Maddie

    Madeline Reply

  4. Hi Sarah

    I hope that co-mment works for you as it has been such a life saver for me. MMMmmm wonder if you remembered to switch it on when you left this comment (ROFL).


    dswaters Reply

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  6. Excellent resource! I am ticked to find another way to help keep up on all the reading I’m doing as well as comments as I become braver in leaving my thoughts out there. Interestingly, my own trepidation and nerves in posting comments makes me much more sympathetic to students’ nerves when learning something new.

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