The search engine giant Google will soon revamp the comments section of YouTube. Google has decided to drive the comments with its Google+ social network on YouTube.
With the recent changes, the most relevant comments will be reflected in the top of the comments list instead of the most recent. Google said this means that comments from people you care about will rise so you can see them.
“When it comes to the conversations happening on Youtube, recent does not necessarily mean relevant. So, comments will soon become conversations that matter to you,” the firm said in a blog post on Tuesday.
“In the coming months, comments from people you care about will rise up where you can see them, while new tools will help video creators moderate conversations for welcome and unwelcome voices.”
It is noteworthy, along with the changes in look and feel in comments section, the commenters won’t be able to leave anonymous remarks any longer as they have to be signed in to Google+ in order to comment.
This has been done in a bid to check fake Google+ accounts and trolls.