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:
- Add the Bookmarket to your Web browser
- Create an account with Co-mment
- Every time you comment on a post you press the Track co.mments
- Log into your co-comments account to check the updates of comments
- 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”
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. 🙂
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.
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Thanks for this, Sue. It has been driving me mad that I cannot track comment. Lets hope this works. Cheers 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).
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.