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Spammers are all over Instagram and you probably have those annoying irrelevant comments on your posts which you manually delete all the time but kept on coming back.
To help with this rather tiring task of going through each of your posts to weed out useless comments that can ruin your post engagement, you can have it done automatically through Jarvee.
To access this handy feature, just head to Tools Page, click the Instagram account that you want to run the tool on and go to Delete Comments tab OR click MORE TOOLS – Delete Comments Tool.
The Instagram Delete Comments Tool is very easy to set-up and use. It has 4 sections: Run Timers, Delete Limits, Comment Filters, and After Delete Actions.
If you’ve been running the other Jarvee Instagram tools on your account then you know quite well what this section is meant for. This is the section that regulates the action of the tool.
- Set the interval between each new operation
- Indicate the number of comments that will get delete per operation as well as the delay between each deletion
- Choose the hours when you want the tool to operate
- Add random intervals
- Select the days of the week when the tool will execute actions; you can rotate the days when the tool will operate.
There is an option to rotate the days when the tool is going to operate. If you enable this option, Jarvee would use the same number of days you have initially selected and rotate it.
Let’s say you checked Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, on the succeeding week, Jarvee will select random 3 days to execute the action. You may also exclude weekends in the variation should you prefer not to delete comments on said days.
In this section, you set the maximum number of comments that will get deleted each day. You may opt to increase the number until it hits your preferred maximum count. Then select where the comments will be scraped from. You can choose to scrape from the most recent X posts.
Jarvee will check the scraped comments and will delete it based on what you’ve configured in this section.
- You may choose to delete all the comments in your most recent post
- Delete all comments that have non-English characters (emojis are considered English character)
- Select not to delete your own comments
- Delete comments if they don’t contain specific words
- Remove comments that contain a specific keyword
- Delete comments left by those who have a certain keyword in their username
After Delete Actions
Since you have deleted the comment, you might as well block the user who left it so they will no be able to make a comment anymore.
If you accidentally blocked the user after deleting the comment, you can unblock them by going to the Block Followers tool, this is where all blocked users are recorded.
All deleted comments can be seen at the table at the bottom of the page. Here you can see the
- date comment was deleted
- the filter that was considered which resulted in the comment getting deleted
- the username that made the comment
- the comment text that was deleted
- link to the post where the comment was deleted from
Don’t forget to toggle the Status switch of the tool to start deleting comments.