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Video Upload Date and Time in Details

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  • Daniel Wittenborn
    Hi Steven,

    Thanks for the great suggestion. I will make sure the product team gets this. In the meantime, there is one way to get some of this information, although it is not exactly what you want or as as straightforward as what you described.

    You can see the historical date and time for any of the comments, but not the upload date/time like you requested. That might at least give you a ballpark estimate. To get this, you can hover over any comment and it will show you the date/time of that comment. You can go back to previous versions and see this also.

    Alternatively,  you can also go to the dashboard and click on the ellipses on the bottom right of any video thumbnail. From there, click on "export comments". This will produce a *.csv file that you can open in excel that has all the comment data including timsetamps, for each version of the video.

    One last thing to note is that the content owner should be getting an email notification each time a video is uploaded (unless you have turned notification off). You could possibly rely on those if you keep them to find the information you are looking for.

    But as you suggested, the information in the details tab would be much easier, so thanks for sharing that feedback!

    Danny
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  • Steven Bunker
    Thanks for your responsiveness. 

    I had not found the hover over comments date and time. That's helpful. I did find (with the help of tech support) the export comments, and that's how I accomplished what I was trying to do.

    Yes, I do get those upload emails, but I hadn't seen any need to keep them so I don't have them any longer.

    Thanks for replying.
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  • Jdkheuee

    I had not found the hover over comments date and time. That's helpful. I did find (with the help of tech support) the export comments, and that's how I accomplished what I was trying to do.

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