I think this is good news for me and others who always receive many spam comments. Recently my blog has been receiving weird spam comments written in Chinese and sometimes English and when I traced them, they mostly came from Taiwan.
The user ID and profiles are only smokescreen while they try to spam my blog with hideous and pornographic links. Alhamdulillah I have the comment moderation on so that I'll always reject those types of comments.
So, today when I was going to moderate a comment, I saw that there is this new feature that can help us easily spammed any spam comment.
This is what Blogger said about it:
What do you think? Hey spammers, you watch out!
To make it easier for you to manage your comments, we’ve created a new Comments tab for you to access them. Here, you can manage published comments, comments that have been flagged as spam and comments awaiting moderation if you have turned on Comment Moderation.
Users with Comment Moderation turned on will continue to see comments that need moderation and have not been flagged as spam in Comments | Awaiting Moderation. Users without Comment Moderation will not see any comments in Comments | Awaiting Moderation.
Spam InboxBlogger now filters comments that are likely spam comments to a Spam Inbox, much like the spam folder in your email. When someone leaves a comment on your blog, it will be reviewed against our spam detector, and comments that are identified as possible spam will be sent to your blog’s Spam Inbox, found at Comments | Spam.