How to Bulk Delete Instagram Comments on iOS and Androidby Rdx Tango Get complete real-time protection and safeguard yo
Instagram is now allowing people to take more control by tagging or mentioning other users in a post. As per the update, you can select everyone, only the people you allow or no one to tag or mention you in a comment, caption, or in their story. Instagram always tries to improve and make it more convenient for its users to keep the platform positive for everyone. The latest update of Instagram helps you reduce negative comments in bulk on the iOS App, and it helps users with a good number of followings in maintaining a positive environment. In the battle against digital bullying, you can delete as many as twenty-five comments at one time. Here is how to delete multiple Instagram comments at once on iOS.
● Head to the post from which you would like to delete the comments
● Tap on the comments you want to delete.
● Tap on the menu icon in the upper right corner.
● After that, tap on manage comments.
● Choose up to 25 comments that you want to delete by hitting them.
● Choose delete at the bottom of your left corner. To confirm, tap on Delete comments.
How to Delete Multiple Comments on Android
Above, we have shared the information about how to delete Instagram comments on iPhone. Here’s how to delete Instagram comments on Android phones.
● Tap on any comment in your post.
● Hit the menu icon in the top right corner.
● Select manage comments.
● Choose the comments you want to remove or delete.
● You can choose 25 comments at once.
● For further, tap more options to restrict or block the account.
This is a smart move taken by Instagram to remove the negative comments. You can highlight the positive comment in a post also. The company is testing on it and trying to make it easier for the user. This feature helps accounts to select the positive comment and place them on top of the thread of comments. In the last, you can also control who is tagging you in a post or comment. You can decide if you want everyone or only the people who follow you, or nobody that can tag or mention you in their comments, stories, or captions.
Rdx Tango is an avid technical blogger, a magazine, a publisher of guides at Blog Hunts, and a professional cyber security analyst. Through her writing, she aims to educate people about the dangers and threats lurking in the digital world.
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