It’s been one month since Facebook introduced photo comments for personal accounts, and now the social network is extending the feature to brand Pages.
Users and Page admins can now respond to posts and comments using a photo instead of, or accompanied by, words, a Facebook spokesperson tells Mashable. Leaving a photo comment is as simple as clicking on the camera icon next to the comment box and uploading an image from your computer.
Here’s an example of photo comments in action:
For now, photo comments can only be uploaded using a desktop or mobile web browser. Although mobile app users can see photo comments, they can’t yet leave them, although we imagine that capability will be included in a future update.
Photo comments are automatically enabled on Pages, but Page admins can turn them off at any time.