NOTE October 2015: The option to disable replies is only available for comments you can view on Google+ - posted between November 2013 and August 2015. It is still possible to disable all replies to your comments in the Google+ settings for the Page or Profile connected to your channel under "Who can comment on your public posts?".As YouTube separates from Google+ that option may disappear, and I'll try to keep this post up-to-date.
Do you like posting YouTube comments, but hate the replies? You can easily disable replies - or mute notifications of replies - after posting your comment, as long as you can find your comment post on Google+.
You have two options:
1. Disable replies to all your YouTube comments and Google+ posts in your Google+ settings
2. Disable replies to individual YouTube comments by changing the settings on that post on Google+
Yes, you'll have to visit Google+, but only for as long as it takes to change the settings (and you might disco…
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You can easily share a direct link to your video or Google+ Event, but if you have a blog or website why not point people there instead? There are some great reasons to do that:
People can not only watch your livestream video and live chat, but also leave blog post comments that remain beyond the broadcastYou can post supplemental information and links related to your livestream for viewersIf you stream using multiple platforms your blog is the place where fans can always find your latest broadcastYour blog i…