I just migrated woorkup. Open up your CSV file in Excel. You will have to extract it. Then paste them to second column next to it.
How to import WordPress comments to Disqus?
Disqus is a popular comment platform after the default WordPress comment system and CommentLuv read more about CommentLuv. For many bloggers, the thoughts of exporting hundreds or thousands of comments from WordPress system to Disqus could be a very daunting experience. Lucky for you, I'm going to share how you can easily import all your WordPress comments straight into Disqus According to Wikipedia , Disqus, Inc. Here's my confession. The reason of me changing to Disqus is simply because I hated the number of spams I receive daily. On a good day, I receive around and on bad days, I get over
I used to be a huge fan of Disqus commenting system and preferred it over native commenting system of WordPress. Disqus has a very intelligent comment flag system which used to automatically eliminate all the spam and I was able to moderate the comments of all the sites from one dashboard without having to login to all the sites separately. The bad news however is that Disqus comments are no longer free and you will need to avail a subscription in order to keep the comments section of your website clean.
This is a workaround on how to do it. Herein lies the problem — being able to migrate from Disqus to WordPress is very difficult. Previously, Disqus worked in such a way that all comments within Disqus were also available within WordPress in all their glory. For me, when I did the sync, email addresses came through obfuscated which is fine , and all comments had a creation date of the time they were imported, so I lost all my comment history. Not only that, but the vast majority of the comments did not get assigned to an actual post. They were just out their in the wilds of WordPress land with no post to support them.