You can see who liked your comment on YouTube by clicking on the “Liked” tab. You’ll see a list of all the people who have liked your comment, and you’ll be able to see their profile pictures and names.
If you’re looking for something more detailed than just a simple list of your “likes,” there are options available to help you out. If you’re using Chrome, there’s a Chrome extension called YT Likes that will show you exactly who liked your comment and how many people liked it. It also lets you know when someone has commented on your comment. The extension is free, but it does require that you have a Google account.
If you don’t want to use an extension, there are other ways to find out who liked your comment without having to log in every time (which would get annoying pretty quickly). As long as you know the original poster’s username, you can do an advanced search for “username commented on video name.” This will show all comments made by username, regardless of whether or not they were made in response to any specific video.
Last modified: October 28, 2022