Facebook Comments Can Now Have Images in Them

Now every comment can be worth 1,000 words. Facebook is rolling out the ability to pepper your comments with images in both the desktop and mobile web versions of the popular social network.

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Now every comment can be worth 1,000 words. As The Verge reports, Facebook is rolling out the ability to pepper your comments with images in both the desktop and mobile web versions of the popular social network.

“A new camera button is rolling out that allows users to reply to posts with a picture. It’s a simple feature, but it’s one that hasn’t been available on the social network to date,” says The Verge. One little asterisk: if you’re using the Facebook app on your phone or tablet, you won’t be able to image-comment quite yet, though you’ll be able to view others’ comments with images in them. And one much bigger asterisk: apparently animated GIFs aren’t supported.

If you don’t have access to the feature yet, sit tight: It “will be rolling out globally today,” according to The Verge.

Facebook adding ability to post images in comments [The Verge]

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