Mananging conversations and comments

WordPress comes with a stable comment management system of its own. All WordPress themes are equipped with a comment layout template. However, it is up to you to engage users on your website and encourage them to join conversations.

All comments on a WordPress website are displayed on the Comments page in your WordPress Admin area. However, the system offers many default options that you can easily configure from the Settings → Discussion page.

If you want to have a clear understanding of the default comment system provided by WordPress, this article explains how to:

  • change the settings and rules for your comment section (e.g., who can comment on your website)
  • enable/disable comments for specific pages or posts;
  • manage comments (e.g., approve, mark as spam, delete).
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If you struggle with generating engagement on your website or just want to start off on the right foot, read our in-depth article that guides you on how to encourage conversations and get people to move from a passive reader to an active contributor.

Updated on June 16, 2022

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