How to add a ‘no-kill’ tag to your photo and videos on Instagram

Facebook has added a new feature to its Instagram app that lets users remove photos and videos that violate its Terms of Service.

The new feature, which will automatically flag photos and content that violate Facebook’s Terms of Use, has been rolling out since May.

The new flag feature has been a feature in the App Store since last year.

The feature, called the No Kill Flag, lets users mark photos that are “non-offensive,” and remove them from their feed.

The feature has already been rolled out to several million users in some countries, including the U.K.

Facebook is also rolling out a new “tweeting protection” feature, the Facebook Live app, to prevent people from sharing personal information that could be used for nefarious purposes.

The “trending topics” feature lets users see the trending topics in their feeds, including things like weather and politics, in real-time.

The newsfeed will display the trending topic in a pop-up window so users can see what other people are talking about.

The app also lets users flag videos that contain sexually explicit content.

Users can also edit videos by clicking the “edit” button.

Facebook has not announced when the new feature will roll out to all users, or how it will be enforced.