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10 Feb 2018 03:31 AM EST

After using a two-question survey to crowdsource which news sites are trustworthy, Facebook could soon ask users to help determine which comments pop up first on public page posts. Facebook recently confirmed that the platform is testing a downvote button for comments on Pages posts. Comments on public posts can often number in the thousands, so Facebook’s algorithms rank the comments by the number of replies and interactions.

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