YouTube overhauls comments and links them to your Google+ account

Six weeks after announcing a plan to fix the world’s worst comments, YouTube said today it has begun the release of its new Google+ commenting system. Starting this week, comments will be sorted by relevance instead of recency. The hope is that high-quality conversations will rise to the top while ad hominem attacks sink to the bottom. Video creators are also getting some new tools to moderate discussions.

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Source: The Verge

Author: Daily Tech Whip

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