When you enable Disqus Commenting for your blog, all comments submitted to your blog will be managed through your Disqus Dashboard. If you haven't already enabled Disqus for your blog, see the article on setting up Disqus commenting.
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To manage comments submitted to your blog, you have three options - moderate from your Disqus dashboard, directly on your blog, or via email.
To moderate from your Disqus dashboard, you will need to sign in to your Disqus dashboard for your blog which is your disqususername.disqus.com. You can also go to the Comments list in Typepad to get the direct link to your Disqus dashboard.
At Disqus, hover over the comments to change the status or click on the comment to open more options.
To moderate comments directly from the blog, make sure you are signed in to Disqus as a moderator and visit the individual post page. Hover your mouse over a comment to reveal the management drop-down menu on the right. There you can select to Mark as Spam, Delete, add to Blacklist, Moderate, or Feature this comment.
To moderate comments from the email notification, reply to the email with the single Approve, Delete, or Spam keyword in the body of the email above all other content.
Go to your Disqus Notifications settings to enable notifications of new comments.
Not quite what you are looking for? Check out these other articles:
- For details on comment settings, check out the Disqus commenting settings article.
- If you are using Typepad Connect for comments, see the Typepad Connect settings article.