What are Facebooks new comment moderation tool updates?

Meta today announced new updates designed to help creators have more control over their comments section on Facebook.

Creators can now search their comments by keyword and take bulk actions from the Comments Manager in their professional dashboard. For example, you could search for the heart-eye emoji and like the comments, or search for the word “ugly” and hide them all.


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They can then view all of those moderation stats, like the number of comments they’ve hidden over the past month, by reviewing their findings in the Moderation Assistant activity log. Moderation Assistant isn’t new, but it now shows creators what criteria to hide comments via the inline comment preview and the log’s criteria tag.

“The safety and well-being of creators is the foundation of any creator who thrives on Facebook,” Meta’s Jasmine Han said in an email statement to Mashable. “In addition to these new features, over the past year we’ve rolled out educational programs like Safety School, provided further assistance with our in-app support hub, expanded access to our live chat agent support for eligible creators, and rolling moderation capabilities in the professional Mode off so creators can securely interact with their growing community.”

The announcement, which was first reported by TechCrunch(Opens in a new tab)was made on Safer Internet Day on February 7th.

https://mashable.com/article/facebook-updates-comment-moderation-tools-meta What are Facebooks new comment moderation tool updates?

Zack Zwiezen

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