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Alternatives to Utterances

Disqus, LiveFyre, Commento, Talk, and Cusdis are the most popular alternatives and competitors to Utterances.
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What is Utterances and what are its top alternatives?

It is a lightweight comments widget built on GitHub issues. Use GitHub issues for blog comments, wiki pages and more!
Utterances is a tool in the Commenting Service category of a tech stack.
Utterances is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Utterances's open source repository on GitHub

Top Alternatives to Utterances

  • Disqus

    Disqus

    Disqus looks to make it very easy and rewarding for people to interact on websites using its system. Commenters can build reputation and carry their contributions from one website to the next. ...

  • LiveFyre

    LiveFyre

    Livefyre’s real-time apps get your audience talking and turn your site into the hub for your community. Bloggers, brands and the largest publishers in the world use Livefyre to engage their users and curate live content from around the social web. ...

  • Commento

    Commento

    With Commento, you wouldn't need to worry about shady ad companies getting your data through hundreds of tracking services. You wouldn't need to worry about your page being slowed down - Commento uses just 22 kB total. And it's all open source. ...

  • Talk

    Talk

    Online comments are broken. Our open-source Talk tool rethinks how moderation, comment display, and conversation function, creating the opportunity for safer, smarter discussions around your work. ...

  • Cusdis

    Cusdis

    It is an open source, lightweight (5kb gzipped), privacy-friendly alternative to Disqus. ...

  • CommentBox.io

    CommentBox.io

    Hosted commenting that's painless to embed, a pleasure to use, and a breeze to moderate. No ads. No Tracking. Just Comments. ...

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Disqus logo

Disqus

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Elevating the discussion, anywhere on the web.
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PROS OF DISQUS
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    Ease of use
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    Free
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    Great ui
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    Sign-up not required
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    Wordpress integration
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    Replies
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    Up votes
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    Threaded discussion
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    Easy ghost integration
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    Tumblr Integration
CONS OF DISQUS
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    Ads
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    Poor support
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    Bugs with migration tool

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Niall Geoghegan
at experiential psychotherapy institute · | 7 upvotes · 33.9K views

I created a Squarespace website with multiple blog pages. I discovered that the native Squarespace commenting tool is not currently capable of letting people subscribe to my blog pages if they are using Google Chrome or Safari! I then discovered that Disqus email verification doesn't work with Yahoo Mail. I also hate that there's no way to turn off that email verification (which I don't need since I moderate all comments anyway). So I want to use a different commenting system. I've read some good things about Commento. Three questions: (1) will it work on a Squarespace site? (I'll pay a developer to integrate it for me) (2) Does it have its own issues/elements that don't work smoothly, similar to the other two? (3) Is there another plugin I should be considering for my Squarespace site?

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LiveFyre logo

LiveFyre

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We make your site social.
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PROS OF LIVEFYRE
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    CONS OF LIVEFYRE
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      Commento

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      Lightweight, open source, tracking-free alternative to Disqus
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      PROS OF COMMENTO
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        CONS OF COMMENTO
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          Niall Geoghegan
          at experiential psychotherapy institute · | 7 upvotes · 33.9K views

          I created a Squarespace website with multiple blog pages. I discovered that the native Squarespace commenting tool is not currently capable of letting people subscribe to my blog pages if they are using Google Chrome or Safari! I then discovered that Disqus email verification doesn't work with Yahoo Mail. I also hate that there's no way to turn off that email verification (which I don't need since I moderate all comments anyway). So I want to use a different commenting system. I've read some good things about Commento. Three questions: (1) will it work on a Squarespace site? (I'll pay a developer to integrate it for me) (2) Does it have its own issues/elements that don't work smoothly, similar to the other two? (3) Is there another plugin I should be considering for my Squarespace site?

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          Talk logo

          Talk

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          A better commenting experience from Mozilla, The New York Times, and The Washington Post
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          PROS OF TALK
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            CONS OF TALK
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              Cusdis

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              Open-source, lightweight comment system for your website
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              PROS OF CUSDIS
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                CONS OF CUSDIS
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                  CommentBox.io logo

                  CommentBox.io

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                  A responsible alternative to Disqus
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                  PROS OF COMMENTBOX.IO
                    Be the first to leave a pro
                    CONS OF COMMENTBOX.IO
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