A month after Facebook introduced photo comments for users, the site is implementing this technology for pages. Now people can leave photo comments on page posts. Page admins can also respond to comments with a photo. This is rolling out gradually and globally starting today.
A Facebook spokesperson announced this capability:
For businesses, enabling photos in comments, both on Pages and elsewhere on the site, allows for conversations with customers to be more expressive and engaging than ever.
This article was originally published on Inside Facebook
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