Making comments more user friendly

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I wanted to bring a new feature of Lost and Tired to your attention.  I’m using a new commenting system that allows you, my readers, to decided which commenting system you would like to use. 

As of right now, I have it set up to use LiveFyre, Facebook and Google+. I have to option to add Disqus as well but just haven’t set that up. 

This makes it much easier to comment on a post because you have a choice. 

LiveFyre works as it always has.  Facebook works but doesn’t sync with comments made in the Facebook page.  Google+ works and comments made on a post in Google+ will show up in the comment feed on Lost and Tired. 



The downside right now is that it’s not recognizing older comments. 

I’m sure the developer will get this fixed as well as getting the comment counter to work.

My goal is to make this site as user friendly as possible. Some people were having a problem with LiveFyre and so now they have the option of clicking on a different comment tab and leaving their thoughts. 



I would love to get your feedback on this. 

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I like it. I can never remember passwords so having the facebook one really works for me. I remember posting whole paragraphs, then getting prompted to remember my password and giving up posting comments altogether.