youtubeTechCrunch reports that YouTube has launched a new tool to manage comments on its website that provides video creators with a central inbox to store all the comments the video receives.  By accessing the new comments page, video owners can rapidly scan their comments, eliminate violent videos, flag remarks for spam and rate comments with a thumbs up. The move was largely in response to criticism from users after YouTube made a controversial switch to Google+ comments, which took away the ability to manage comments from the YouTube Inbox and moved comment notices to alerts instead. Responding the company announced today that it “fast-tracked the development of a new comment management page that lets you see, respond to and moderate your comments all in one place.” The change essentially brings back the old YouTube Inbox. Read More