Google+ added a much requested feature to its community feature. It gives moderators a bit more control over what is shared in a community that they moderate.
An engineer manager at Google, Leo Deegan, announced the new feature on his Google+ account. The company is rolling out a feature for communities that allows moderators to bulk select posts for moderation in the Likely Spam and Held for Review queues. Now, moderators are able to reject, approve posts and even ban users from the community all in one shot.
“Moderators can initiate the feature by clicking on Select Posts in the upper left of the queue. This will enable a multiple-select checkbox interface with an accompanying Select All option to apply ban/approve/reject moderation actions in bulk.”