I often go through my previous questions on SO/SE and find a lot of them have long resolved discussions. Ideally, I should raise a post flag and say "all comments below are obsolete; please delete". However, quite often there are 20 comments, out of which - say - only comments 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, and 13 are obsolete. In such a case, I've to manually flag each of them as no longer needed.

This userscript helps to flag comments in bulk. Screenshot:

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Direct install link and view source

Last updated: 22nd Dec 2019


Do whatever you wish to do, just don't sell this for money (but may use it in a commercial software's code) or state that you made it yourself. Do post here an answer if you do something cool with this :D


Post bugs or feature requests as answers below!


This post will help you get an access token

Please first install the userscript via this link.

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    See my answer to your linked question. This "answer" here is not needed at all, once you use the correct approach – Brock Adams Jul 27 '18 at 8:20
  • @user202729 Thanks, it was due to a different reason and I've fixed it! – Gaurang Tandon Dec 22 '19 at 16:16
  • What happens when the user use this script to flag their own comment? – user202729 Jul 4 at 5:39
  • @user202729 The script detects that it's the user's own comment and deletes the comment instead. – Gaurang Tandon Jul 5 at 4:53

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