The Russian president has had a video blog on the Kremlin site since the fall of 2008; but the interactive service allowing visitors who register to leave their own comments was launched on January 12.
As of 7 p.m. Moscow time on Monday (16:00 GMT), the president's blog had 10,219 registered users. A total of 4,764 comments left by 2,538 users had been published on the site.
In order to leave a comment on the president's personal video blog, visitors have to register with the official Kremlin site. The registration process requires users to provide a screen name or name, and e-mail address.
Comments are only accepted in Russian and visitors could be denied access if they use abusive or foul language, or words that could promote hatred or discrimination towards minority groups or minors.
Visitors may also be denied access if they attempt to use the site for commercial or advertising purposes. Comments will be edited before being published to avoid grammatical and spelling mistakes, the site reads.
The Russian president has already posted six video messages on his blog, and said he planned to respond to some of the comments in future messages.
Medvedev has promoted the use of computers and internet in schools throughout Russia, and has three computer screens on his desk in his Kremlin office.