In theory I think you can:

  1. put a peer tube video URL in the search box here
  2. wait a moment for lemmy to fetch the video page
  3. comment on the resulting lemmy page for the video
  4. your comment should appear on peertube

However, I just tried it with this video (that instance is running peertube 4.2.0, which is required for some features according to the lemmy release notes) and my comment here has not yet appeared on peertube (nor are the four existing comments on that video appearing on lemmy, nor is the one other video on that channel appearing on the lemmy page for that channel).

@Thann@lemmy.ml
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I am subbed to a channel and was able to comment just fine.

Thanks for the instructions 🤠

@ColorIsh@feddit.it
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be me

average fediverse website owner

tell everyone that your site is now federated with the others

don’t tell anyone how to use the federation

???

profit

For real. Coming into the fediverse is so confusing as a newcomer. For one of the main features being “all these social medias can interact with eachother”, it sure is confusing to actually use it…

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I could write it breaks #3 rule

If your post is

  • Not regarding lemmy support (c/lemmy_support)
    

it’s welcome here!

But the other thing, support com is kinda dead.

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I didn’t know you could do this until just now.

A loosely moderated place to ask open ended questions

If your post is

  1. Open ended
  2. Not offensive
  3. Not regarding lemmy support (c/lemmy_support)
  4. not ad nauseam inducing (please make sure its a question that would be new to most members)

it’s welcome here!

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