YouTube ignores angry reviewed its users





Google is introducing a new policy with comments on its video sharing YouTube hoping to reduce the amount of spam and “trolls”, but it turned out that it only increased them. Google notes that over the past few weeks, she has received many different comments about her new commenting system and recognizes that it turned out not so smooth, as she had planned.

Nevertheless, the company is not going to stop there and released a set of updates for comments designed to toughen the fight against spam. YouTube is now even better able to recognize spam links and insults users, and has undergone changes in the mapping of long comments to the video.

“We understand that the spam problem seriously complicate the ability to work with the new commenting system. We are very glad that you are worried about this problem and get a lot of useful comments to help us to solve it. For example, through user reviews, we have changed to some extent display the comments and introduced support branches comments, “- said the official page of the service.

In the future, further improvements are planned, designed to facilitate the tracking and content creators comment moderation to their videos.

“Most of the requests related to improvement of the system of moderation of comments and very soon we will release special tools to do this. At the same time we are working on improving their rating system and comment moderation old comments system. ”

Focusing on requests for content creators video hosting, Google has decided to completely ignore the normal users who watch this content. People are angry that they are forced to start a page on the social network Google+, to be able to leave comments watched videos.

At the moment, even created a petition in favor of abandoning Google’s new comment system. A couple of weeks of its existence, a petition signed by 215,000 people already.
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