Instagram announced on Tuesday it was planning to release an update to let all users disable comments on their posts.
Previously, this feature was only available for select accounts. Kylie Jenner got to test an early version in August, CNN reports. The feature targets trolls and harassing comments.
The update will also allow users to "like" individual comments, like Instagram's parent company, Facebook. It also lets users report comments showing signs of self-harm that automatically connect the commenter to organizations that offer help.
Instagram, of course, posted about this on Instagram.
Insta's not alone
This comes after reports that tech giants like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have failed to keep a promise to respond to hate speech quickly in Europe.
Twitter has visibly attempted to ramp up anti-hate speech efforts, including a crackdown on accounts tied to the white nationalist group National Policy Institute.
Here's how the new interface looks.
Instagram has been accumulating features from other social media platforms lately.
And there are still features users are impatiently waiting for.
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