(CNN) - Changes are rolling out on Facebook this week in an effort to fight cyberbullying.
The social network says it is adding tools to help victims of harassment and bullying more easily report the problems - and hopefully resolve them.
Teen users have more options when classifying unwanted posts from others. They're also given a short survey to rank how serious the issue is.
For the worst cases, users will be directed to Facebook's suicide chat hotline or other professional help.
Also changing - complaints about photos and tagging. The new system makes it easier to distinguish between offensive photos like pornography or hate speech, and personal pics that just might be embarrassing.
Facebook says the changes will be made available to all American users this week.
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