Youtube will be adding new features that will delete harmful comments, with new reminder prompts. When users will use certain terms in their comments, it will be deleted. In addition, comments in “Held for Review’ will delete automatically after 60 days.
To help encourage more respectful interactions on YouTube, we’re testing out a reminder that pops up before you post a potentially offensive comment, giving you a moment to reflect on your comment and revise your reply/comment before it’s published. From the reminder, you can move forward with posting your comment as is, or take a few extra moments to edit your comment before posting it.
This the best solution to the problematic responses before posting on the platforms. LinkedIn is also planning to add a similar feature soon, after looking at the positive result from Instagram and Youtube testing the same feature.
We want to make it easier for you to find upcoming content (scheduled live streams and Premieres) from channels you are subscribed to, so we are testing out a new section in the subscriptions feed called “Upcoming live and premieres” that shows this content separately from the latest uploads you usually see in the subs feed. Upcoming live streams and Premieres from the channels you are subscribed to will be sorted in reverse chronological order, meaning live streams and Premieres happening soonest will be placed first and ones scheduled for later will follow after. You can set reminders for upcoming streams and Premieres by clicking the bell to be notified when the stream or Premiere goes live. We’re starting these experiments on desktop with a small group of people while we gather feedback.
It is just a way to remove the unwanted comments for reducing the impact, however, Youtube said it is just testing and it will take time to apply.