Google+ has had problems with spam since… well, forever. If you regularly encounter spam on the platform, at least Google has now made it easier to deal with the problem. The company is rolling out a new ‘delete, report, and block’ button for comments to help you quickly get rid of spam replies.
Leo Deegan, an engineer manager at Google, announced the new feature on his G+ account.
[Update: Now in the Android app] Google+ adds a ‘delete, report, and block’ button for comments was written by the awesome team at Android Police.