Google is starting to roll out a new feature that’s designed to help advertisers better track and report spam.
The feature is available on Google News for desktop and mobile, and it allows you to “like” posts in a particular location, like a blog post.
When a spamming user appears on a Google News post, they will be notified, and you’ll get a notification when that user clicks the “Like” button on the post.
The system is still in beta, so Google is not showing off the feature right now.
But Google is promising a feature soon that will allow advertisers to see and respond to the messages sent to their sites.
The news site The Verge notes that advertisers can “like or comment on a user’s post” and that the feature is still working “in an experimental state.”
Google says the feature will roll out “over the coming weeks.”
Google’s announcement comes a week after it was revealed that Google was testing a new spam detection system designed to give advertisers a better picture of the types of ads that appear in their news feeds.
Google’s advertising platform will help advertisers identify “spam” in their advertising by comparing it to the number of times a user is liked or commented on a post.
Ads that are liked or shared more than 50 times will get flagged as spam.
Google says it’s trying to improve its ad-serving tools for users and advertisers, and Google News is the “one place that we can measure the effectiveness of that.”
Google is rolling out a number of new features over the next couple of weeks, including a new ad blocker for Gmail and a new system that will give advertisers the ability to track and rate their content and engagement.