I think we all can agree to the fact that YouTube is hands down one of the best platforms on the internet for getting entertained. Be it for music, movies, comedy, education or just any random purpose, YouTube probably has videos for any & every thing. In fact, one could discover concepts and things, that one had no idea about, existed on this planet. And just like any other social media platform, YouTube allows the users to interact with the person behind the video, with the help of comments. There are few curious souls who, for some reason, wish to check their comment history.
Basically, people want to know on which videos have them left a comment on till now. Hence, YouTube comment history. Well, Google was probably oblivious to this demand until many users went on to rant about this on Q/A platforms like this. I don’t think it would have taken much time for the giant organization like Google to take notice of these bitching. So recently, YouTube added a feature, using which the users can extract the YouTube comment history & check all their comments made till now. Actually, I’m assuming some people might use this feature as a bookmark, or probably I’m just being a prick.
How to Find Your YouTube Comment History? YouTube is now the preferred app for watching any kind of videos. One can also engage in a discussion with other like-minded people on YouTube by making comments. But many times, this question must have popped in your head – “How to view the comments that you made on YouTube”?
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In order to view and search for all your comments on YouTube, what you need to do is:
- Navigate to your History (which also contains Watch History and Search History).
- Select “Comments on videos history”.
- From there, you can re-read, edit, or even delete your comments.
With this simple technique, you can easily find your comments on YouTube. Anyways, this just goes on to show how Google is responsive to the users with their demands. But now that we’re discussing comments, let me also bring to the notice, for those don’t know, a feature called “shareable link for comments”. Yes, users can get a shareable link for their comment and spread it into their network, probably if their comment got really famous or they trolled the hell out of someone or whatever the reason maybe. I really didn’t imagine how a simple feature “Comment” could bring about so many additions to its skill set. But I’m amused to discover it though.