Oct 19, 2016 1:32 PM
Instagram is looking for ways to help anyone suffering from mental health issues, by introducing anonymous reporting and support systems.
Instagram will redirect anyone searching for a banned hashtag such as #thinspo to their support system, Chief Operating Office Marne Levine revealed to Seventeen.
Followers can also send an anonymous report for posts that they feel are related to a mental health issue. An alert would then go to the individual saying: "Someone saw one of your posts and thinks you might be going through a difficult time. If you need support, we'd like to help."
Instagram then will give options for the individual to go through as a way to reach out for help.
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