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5/3/13
Original Poster
Chuck Croll

[Problem Rollup] Google+ Comments Not Visible On The Blog

It appears that Blogger Engineering has recently updated the Google+ Comments feature, in Blogger.

The previously reported problem, with the Comment Count displaying 0, appears to be resolved.  Now, blogs using Google+ Comments appear to display a proper comment count.  However, the actual comments do not seem to be visible, on some blogs.

If your blog uses Google+ Comments, please provide details.
  • Blog URL.
  • Have you observed this problem, in your blog?
  • What browser have you used, in observing this problem?
  • How recently did you enable Google+ Comments?
  • How recently did you update the template?
  • Did you have to reset the post template, to get the Comment Count to display, properly?

Please be brief and polite - and please stay on topic.

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[Problem Rollup] Reactions To New Google+ Comments
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Mark Knights
5/3/13
Mark Knights
I have this problem.
 
www.pathfinder.com
I have been using Safari and Firefox
I enabled Google+ comments on the day the announcement was made that you could do it
I updated the template today
No
 
Please help :)
 
Kind regards
 
Mark
Shelley Dunnett
5/3/13
Shelley Dunnett
Ciao Nitecruzr,
I just posted a comment but did not answer your questions that you posted here.. so I will do so:
My blog URL is: http://agelesssecrets.blogspot.ca/
I am using IE 10
I enabled Google+ comments on the day the announcement was made that you could do it, about a week or two ago.
I never updated my template
No.
 
I hope that this helps... Thanks so much!!!
Jennifer Lachman
5/3/13
Jennifer Lachman
I am having this problem on my blog http://lachmancollection.blogspot.com/
I use Google Chrome
enabled the day it was announced
My template has not been updated since before I started using Google + Comments
No
sindhu bharadwaj
5/3/13
sindhu bharadwaj
Blog URL - http://slurpyplatter.blogspot.com/
What browser have you used, in observing this problem? - Chrome and IE 10
How recently did you enable Google+ Comments? - 10 days ago
How recently did you update the template? - 20 days ago
Did you have to reset the post template, to get the Comment Count to display, properly? - No. Comment count shows correctly
Brett from Blogger
5/3/13
Brett from Blogger
Thanks everyone for letting us know. We're investigating this and hope to have the G+ comments back very shortly. Please direct all others to this thread.
Brett from Blogger
5/3/13
Brett from Blogger
Update: G+ Comments have been restored, thanks for your patience.
Belinda Bailey
5/3/13
Belinda Bailey
http://juicyrelating.blogspot.com.au
yes
safari
about a month ago
about a month ago
no
 
thanks for your help and letting me know the outcome
Violette Willis
5/8/13
Violette Willis
In the "Posts" tab on my blog there shows a comment count of 1 or 2 for each blog post, however when I click on the post, there's no comment at all.
 
- http://thelittledress.blogspot.com/
- Yes
- Chrome, Safari
- About 2 months ago
- ~ 3 months ago
- No, the comment count always showed, it's the actual comments that I've never been able to see.
 
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