Wednesday, 24 August 2011

How Do We Del Spam Comments From Google +

I guess it was only a matter of time before Google started getting more spammers to show, but I hate that I can not delete their comments when they add their comments to a senseless discussion I started . Or is there a way to delete spam comments in Google anymore?

Mr.Mudassar's response, I was at it for weeks now. It the summer only last week that I began to look irrelevant, rude or which contains comments pop up my notes and only those I agree with the public One way to avoid spam Comments initially only around to people you know or trust, so just share your notes and discussions with them, of course.

If you want to take your ideas swirling in the maelstrom of public, but you're bound to see these spam comments appear, but I hope we will not be overrun with them before Google discovers a system of high-level intelligent filtration. I have recently posted a note on Google myself anymore, and when someone named "Sunil Gupta," decided it was the perfect place to announce their affiliate link for some service or another I really put a note that I wish I could delete individual comments. My friend put me straight Kee Hinkley please Kee! and that's where this post is out from.First, here's the note I sent a very safe, certainly no reason for a spammer to add a comment pointing to their service or similar. Yet not 10 minutes passed before it appeared.

At first I thought it might be a third site, which was a follow-up G Plus feature requests, but I clicked on the link, as it was about the affiliate site I linked eBIZ interest-free, and I realized that it was spam, it's not really something useful discussion, which was already underway. But how do you delete or mark as spam? Facebook, Google Plus is already trained me to move the cursor in the upper right of the pane that contains the item, but that does not magically just appeared on the menu at all.
It turns out that the trick is to return to the original note in the discussion and click the small gray triangle in the upper right corner. A menu appears you can expect a report or to remove comments that we want to deal with spam comments Sunil, and now two links appear next to each comment in the discussion. Y deletes the comment, but before I do, I want to make sure I mark it as spam, so hopefully if there is enough spam comments from a G-Plus account, the account will be closed.
Now you can delete the comment if you wish, or leave it in the thread, having flagged as spam. Google is what happens to the account of Sunil now. I just hope that he had received an email encouraging them to participate in the discussions rather than just shopping, but that date at the beginning, I have no idea how the team is to make treatment spam Google Plus.


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