Video streaming service YouTube has unveiled new content curation tools for the web.
The company said it will now show videos that have been flagged by users as being in poor taste.
The new curation system allows people to highlight and rate videos that contain images that could be considered offensive, racist, sexually explicit, or otherwise inappropriate.
In other words, users can tell YouTube not to watch the video, but the company is not necessarily going to ban the video outright.
The tools are being rolled out in the U.S. today, including videos on The Bachelor, The Real Housewives of New York City, The Walking Dead, The Big Bang Theory, and more.
The company also introduced new filters that can be applied to videos that don’t have all the usual “upvotes” and “downvotes” that can make a video stand out in search results.
YouTube is rolling out the new tools in an effort to improve the quality of its video content.
The platform will also work with content owners to filter out inappropriate content.