YouTube has tried making commenters listen first, and clever scripters let us lay down a snob filter, but YouTube comments are generally—and unavoidably—awful. Now you can officially hide or filter them.
Whether you're signed in or not, look for an "Options" button next to the "Text Comments" header just above where the usual repository of "SUX," LMAO +1," and racial/sexual/political slur fights start. You'll see a checkbox that hides all the comments from YouTube videos (as long as your YouTube browse cookie remains valid), along with an option to hide all but the best-rated comments, Slashdot-style.
That's a helpful feature that users have definitely been waiting for, even if they didn't know it.
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