Facebook's features run the gamut, from a simple poke to flagging inappropriate content. Now, the social media site has rolled out its newest addition, which may limit cyberbullying by allowing teens to report mean or threatening posts by clicking "this is a problem."
Facebook teamed up with Yale, Columbia and Berkley Universities to create the tool.
It's aimed at 13 and 14 year olds, the minimum age for a user on the site, and will replace the old "report" link. Clicking the new button takes users through a questionnaire to rank their emotions and determine how serious the problem is.