[Community Talk] How to Report a Comment

Crowd Content Community

We’ve all been there.

You’re reading an article or a Facebook post only to get to the comments section and find it spammed with offensive or inappropriate comments taking over the thread.

I don’t like that and I like to think that the majority of readers are with me.

That’s why we’ve enabled you to report comments in the Crowd Content Community.

Here’s how.

If you’re reading through the comments and you see something that raises a red flag in your mind, go to the drop arrow on the top right of the comment. Click Report.


You’ll then be asked to provide a bit more detail about why you are reporting the comment.


Flags are a way to bring a comment to the attention of the moderators.

You also have the option of downvoting a comment to notify the moderator.

 Hide from Me means that you can simply hide the comment from showing on just your screen. You’re not reporting the author, but rather disappearing a comment from your sight.

Once you’ve provided some context, click Flag Comment.

Hint: make sure you’re signed into your Community account when you’re reporting a comment.


Soon we’ll be rewarding you for moderation activity (reporting inappropriate comments). All the activity you do now will count towards future rewards… as long as you’re signed in.

Be careful not to report comments just to earn coins. If your flag is dismissed by the moderator, it will count against you in the long run.

As Community continues to grow, so will your opportunity for advancement within Community.

We’ll be introducing moderation roles that you could be eligible for if you’ve been involved in previous moderation activity. Soon you could be the moderator, responsible for reviewing flagged comments and getting rewarded for it.

Let me know what you think about this feature in the comments section below.


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Helping manage over 15,000 clients from over 80 countries, Nissa works with the customer success team at Crowd Content. Her goal is to help clients create unique and relevant content for their digital strategy. Originally from a small town in the mountains, Nissa moved to Vancouver Island to satisfy her curiosity about sociology, and complete her degree in it. When she takes a break from clients and content, Nissa spends time with her partner and her dog, Tickle. She also loves to embroider, paint and draw.

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