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Blogger now has threaded commenting! Also, be on the lookout -- we'll be holding a Hangout tomorrow at 3pm PST with +Patrick Coleman, the Blogger engineer who developed this feature.
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NO... we were just griping about this yesterday... and today!
 
Hmm. Is it time to rethink my Disqus integration...?
 
But are you still restricted to Google/OpenID logins? Not sure I want to give up my Facebook, Yahoo, Twitter, Google, and OpenID integration I'm getting from Disqus just yet.
 
And I'm not trying to be a negative Nancy either... just curious, because it would be cool to be able to switch. Similar commenting should be integrated at Google Sites too.
 
This is a nice addition. On another note, I was just wondering why Lightbox View for Blogger Images is disabled for blogs with Dynamic Views enabled?
 
Just wish I got enough comments to warrant threaded comments
 
About time Blogger implemented threaded comments. Other comment platforms have had that ability for quite a long time.
 
+Jim Pearson I've heard that threaded comments can actually increase commenting on a blog. Hope that'll be the case for you :)
 
I hope the same is coming to google+ comments.
 
+Lisa Ding , my blogs don't have this feature yet. Is Blogger gradually implementing this feature to all users?
 
+Aparecido Rosario If you're not seeing a "reply" option under your posts, then you likely do not have feed = full, or comment form style = embedded. Make sure your settings are consistent with the screen captures in the post: http://goo.gl/VRHnl
 
It'd be good if we could login with Facebook and/or Twitter accounts other than Googel/OpenID accounts, and it'd be better if name/url option was separated from anonymous option.
 
Cool..Where were you all these years +Blogger ???? When other services went right pass you, you were doing absolutely nothing and now you are trying to lure back the lost folks..I love the new design!
 
+Muthu Kannan is here, that is cool. Love the new tools so far. Please add RSS button and option for adding sidebar widgets. Thanks.
 
+Blogger Any chance you'll bring back comments on pages? They were disable around October/November last year. I have over 200 comments sitting in my dashboard but they don't appear under the posts (on pages)
 
I love the threaded comments feature! Thank you!
 
+Bruce Polderman That was a bit of exaggeration from my end...but Blogger was slow to push updates for a long..long time! Thanks for the new UI and changes on a regular basis since last 6 months.
 
I have to pit in CAPTCHA every time I podt a comment? Even if I post it with my G+ profile? Google! Switch it off!
 
Please fix your android app!!!
 
+Ryan Moore Hi Ryan, we're actively developing both the Android and iOS mobile apps. Stay tuned for more updates on that front.
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Facebook is considering blogger spam???? Why???? Fix is needed! My site contains no spam, not even in comments.
 
Does this only work on dynamic views? I am trying to test it out but I am using the older/normal blog template. Thanks in advance.
 
yesss...it is visible for dynamic views and mobile form??
 
+Blogger What happened with line spacing in comments? It's almost zero! Comments are impossible to read now! It sould be at least the same height as the letters. But now a capital letter almost touches the upper row. I don't know whether this is so globally, but look how weird comments look in my blog in Russian language: http://chivchalov.blogspot.com/2012/01/blog-post_10.html. Please fix it as soon as possible until I lose all my audience!
 
When people types multiple lines as a comment,
line spacing is very less.
how many are facing this?
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+Bruce Polderman As you could have seen, there's no repply function in both of my blogs. 'Dorgas' uses a template designer model and 'Crazyseawolf' uses a classic model.
But repply function shows up in a test blog I have. Isn't it funny? I think Murphy Laws apply to this situation :-)
 
+Roman Kuznetsov Are you saying it doesn't yet work in my language? That's weird, because I CAN SEE THREADS in the mobile version (which is also in Czech Language).
 
For some reason, I can only get threaded comments to work in Firefox and not in Chrome, Safari or I.E.
 
I restricted my Blogger comments to those allowed to post on my Blog, and use Disqus comment plugin for comments...
 
I set up my Blog as required and the reply link appeared. I tried to leave a comment (both as a reply and a new comment) and the comment would not appear. Issue appeared to be the embedded comments. I wonder if it's a Chrome issue.
 
+Bruce Polderman I've just found what is wrong. We must click on "Revert Widget Templates" at the bottom of our html box. Repply option appeared!
 
I reverted the Widget ... and it seems to have fixed my problem. Makes me happy as I've been waiting for threaded comments for a while.
 
for blog with custom template, find this

<b:include data='post' name='comments'/>

and replace with

<b:include data='post' name='threaded_comments'/>

Do It At Your Own Risk, always backup your template first
 
Will +Google+ ever introduce a similar system? This would make replies to comments easier to follow and read. +Mentions work for the time being, but don't make it easy to other readers to follow the conversation especially when replies to a comment are three or four comments apart due to the sometimes very high comment rate.
 
@Marco Giannini - Backup your template and then do the following: Go to Template - Edit HTML-Proceed-"Revert widget templates to default" This worked for me. Good Luck.
 
I hoped for an cross-commenting feature for posts shared to Google+
Most of the conversation now happens in G+.
 
+Ryo Cook You're quite right, however integrating Blogger and Google+ is a multi-step process. In this post http://goo.gl/KCHTI we stated "...bloggers who switch will automatically get access to the Google+ integrations we’ll be rolling out in the future." We're actively working on these integrations. Stay tuned.
 
I've got a very old template that looks like this:


<!-- BEGIN new comments -->
<BlogItemCommentsEnabled>
<a href="<$BlogItemCommentCreate$>"
<$BlogItemCommentFormOnClick$>>
(<$BlogItemCommentCount$>) Join the Discussion</a>
</BlogItemCommentsEnabled>
<!-- END new comments -->

Can update, or do I need to upgrade to the new blogger?

Thanks!
 
+Bruce Polderman Great to hear. I switched immediately from Day 1. That's why I love Blogger! Thanks.