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YouTube on Thursday revealed new search filters to help creators sift through comments on their videos and better manage conversations.
Beyond allowing creators to find comments they haven’t responded to, the filters also let creators search through comments based subscriber status, member status and subscriber count status.
This means that YouTubers can choose to see comments exclusively made by subscribers, members or subscribers who have a specific number of their own followers.
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“You can combine different filters to narrow your search for specific comments even further,” YouTube said on its help page.
Creators can find the new filters in YouTube Studio on desktop, under the Comments tab.
The new feature also allows YouTubers to filter out comments with questions in them too.
The long-awaited filters come after YouTube recently angered its creator community by its changing verification policy.
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