YouTube is a controversial move that has already removed the existing publicly disliked buttons on the platform, but other companies such as Twitter are considering features on their platform. It turns out that the super-popular short video platform TikTok is currently testing new ways for users to “dislike” content on the platform, such as the ability to dislike comments. Check the details below.
In a recent official blog post, TikTok highlighted some of the key steps taken when it comes to community security and security. In a blog post, the company said: Users will be able to flag comments What they find “Unrelated or inappropriate” Anonymously.
nevertheless The company makes no mention of deploying this feature, Discovered in various forms on TikTok earlier this year. Social media consultant Matt Navarra discovered A button I hate to comment earlier this year. Last month, another Twiteratti found a dedicated disliked icon next to a comment on the video. Check out the tweets attached just below.
TikTok states that between October and December last year, more than 85 million videos were removed from the platform due to a violation of community guidelines. Therefore, the comment dislike button allows users to report and highlight disliked or inappropriate comments on a video.
In addition, the company says it We are testing a new way to notify creators, Who received a large number of negative comments about features such as comment filtering and bulk blocking and deleting. Regarding the availability of new features, we will decide whether TikTok will roll out to all users in the coming weeks.