As part of its Safer Internet Day initiatives, Instagram has released a set of new features that make it easier for users to delete posts, comments, and other activity from the platform. Users can now delete comments and posts in bulk, review past interactions on their account, and search for content by date, thanks to new account controls unveiled by the Meta-owned photo-sharing app. These features can be accessed through a new section called Your Activity on a user’s profile.
Instagram users can now bulk delete or archive all of their content, including posts, Stories, IGTV, and Reels, as well as their interactions, such as comments, likes, and story sticker reactions. In the Your Activity section, users will be able to filter their content and interactions by date, as well as search for past comments, likes, and story replies from specific date ranges.
Since the end of last year, Instagram has been testing the feature. The new features, according to the photo-sharing app, are part of a series of initiatives aimed at keeping users and their accounts safe while also giving them more control over their activities.