We get it: when you write a comment, it can feel like you’re putting yourself out there. And once you comment, how do you keep track of it? Edit it (because you realize *groan* there’s a typo)? Or find out who’s interacting with it? In short, we’ve got you covered. Read on for the longer answers.
First, and most important for you to know, we take our Code of Conduct seriously and enforce it. We’re dedicated to keeping Wiretap a safe and friendly community so you feel comfortable commenting. Because that’s what Wiretap is all about.
If you haven’t already done so, add Wiretap to Chrome for free to connect with great people and comments while you watch Netflix.
After commenting, you can keep an eye on your comments in two main ways: 1) while you’re watching and commenting on a Netflix show, and just after it finishes, during its Aftershow; and 2) you can see an archive of ALL your comments via your profile.
As soon as you make a comment, you can catch if there’s something you’d like to change and click the pencil to edit. It’s on the right side of your comment, at the top right of your screen.
When the show ends, you can see all of the comments you made during it. You can edit here too if you missed something. Plus, you see if your comment has gotten any votes.
Sure, you may re-watch an episode that you’ve commented on, but we knew we had to give you an easier way to see your comments. ALL your comments. That’s why we recently updated your profile to let you see your comments in a searchable archive, as well as your badges, and all your followers (and who you’re following). Ta da!
Now you can search by comment and show AND episode name, see any votes you’ve received, and edit comments – all from your profile.
Keep an eye on your comments during the show. Or now use your profile to see all of the comment goodness you’ve shared with the community. We want you to feel in control of the content that you’re sharing and using to build that community. Thanks for wiretapping.
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