WordPress Thread Comment

Comments give life to our blogs! Without them, it does not justify if our readers are really reading and absorbing what we have written and posted. I also think that they deserve a response each time they leave one in our blogs but with a handful tasks that we have, I am sure, at times, we neglect  some comments that are left in our blogs simply because we have no extra time to reply to them. And when we do, we just response without even bothering to notify them that we already did, maybe because our blogs are not accessorized with a plugin that can do such like what WordPress Thread Comment does.

WordPress Thread Comment is a plugin that enhances WordPress’s comment function. It enables users to reply on an existing comment, and the discussion appears threaded or nested.

That’s what exactly this plugin does. There’s no way your commentator would miss your response as your “reply” is also sent directly to their inbox! How cool is that? Too bad it doesn’t work well in this blog, I guess it has also something to do with your blog theme. So make sure you back your blog up first before doing anything to avoid any mess. I’m just glad it worked fine with my other 7 working blogs! The screenshot that you see above was captured from The Working Mommy. Would you like to try it, just simply go to:

DASHBOARD > PLUGIN > ADD NEW > Choose TERM > Type in WORDPRESS THREAD COMMENT > Hit SEARCH PLUGINS. It comes first on the list of returns, and the description has Chinese characters, so don’t worry if you think you won’t get the right one. However, it doesn’t stop there, you need to do a little learning with the settings i.e. blogname, links, etc. I’m sure you can do that! Teehee!

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  1. I think it has something to do with the themes as well. I’m not using any plugins but I can allow threaded comments through the Discussion settings. Good share! 🙂

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