Social network giant, Facebook, will now allow users to post a photo as a form of comment says The Verge on its recent post.

After rolling out the hashtag feature, Facebook is set to deploy the additional comment feature today globally though no official statement yet has been confirmed from the social network.

This photo comment feature will be both available on the web and mobile versions of Facebook. Per reports, the mobile version will initially have a limited feature as users may not be able to post photos as comment but will be able to see those that were posted using the web version.

Another system limitation is that animated GIFs (Graphic Interchange Format) are currently not yet supported.

According to reports leaked online, a camera icon will be added on the comment part of Facebook statuses where users can upload photos to continue the conversation. 

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