YouTube on Monday unveiled a new feature which may prove useful to poor spellers or people suffering from "comment regret."
Users of the Google-owned video-sharing site can new delete their own comments from the thread which accompanies videos on YouTube.
"Whether you misspelled "pwned," back in the day when you were just a n00b to the internets, or you simply said something you wish you could take back -- now you can remove your commentary at any time," YouTube said in a blog post.
"Of course, we always encourage everyone to think things through before posting comments anywhere on the site. But if you don't get it right the first time, now you can simply delete your comment," it added.
To remove a comment, a user goes to the "Text Comments" section below a video and clicks on the "Remove" button.
Users can only delete comments they themselves have posted.© Wire reports