It seems that Facebook introduces new features, or changes the old ones nearly every day. But the latest addition to the social media platform is specifically aimed at teens, who may be targeted by online bullies.

Facebook teamed up with Yale, Columbia, and Berkley Universities, and is currently testing its anti-bullying feature. By clicking "This is a problem," individuals will be taken through a series of questions to determine the severity of the issue. The site generates a list of suggested actions the users can take, and even provides links for suicide prevention resources for victims that may present as suicidal.

The tool is currently in its test phase, and targeted primarily at 13 and 14 year old kids. They plan to roll the feature out to all users soon.