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Facebook sets up a standalone web version of “Moments”
Apr12

Facebook sets up a standalone web version of “Moments”

Facebook has set up a standalone web version of Moments, reports TechCrunch. Moments, a mobile photo sharing app launched in 2015 by Facebook, was initially made available by the social media behemoth in the US before users in Canada and the EU got their chance to access it. However, it was only made available to the web in a limited capacity when Facebook added a link to the service in its desktop version. The web version will allow...

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Facebook now has 5 million advertisers on its platform
Apr10

Facebook now has 5 million advertisers on its platform

Facebook is a delightful place to showcase your brands—and advertisers are always eager to show how much they want to display their products and services on the platform. On Monday, Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said the number of ad buyers has grown; up from 4 million to 5 million. Sandberg in an interview per Reuters, said its ad buyers rose from 4 million in September to 5 million this year. That is a...

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Facebook integrates Call-to-Action units into Instant Articles
Apr08

Facebook integrates Call-to-Action units into Instant Articles

Facebook’s Instant Article feature has been integrated with Call-to-Action units by the social media giant. With the new units, publishers using the feature will now be able to include call-to-action units in their articles to better connect with readers, encourage email sign-ups and Page Likes. Facebook also announced that it is testing two additional units for any publisher interested in providing free trials of free subscriptions...

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Facebook’s Workplace will soon have a free version
Apr06

Facebook’s Workplace will soon have a free version

Facebook users will soon be able to access the company’s Workplace for free, Facebook product manager Simon Cross told CNBC. The free version of Facebook’s answer to Slack, is a social app designed for workers to chat and collaborate. “We’re making Workplace work for more companies, so it’s a pretty big step for us,” Cross said, per CNBC. Currently still being tested by the social media behemoth, the free version of...

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Facebook’s new AI called “M” will suggest features to use in chats
Apr06

Facebook’s new AI called “M” will suggest features to use in chats

Facebook wants to get involved in every conversation you have with friends and loved ones. The social media giant announced that its AI-powered feature called “M” will suggest features to use during conversation. The Messenger will suggest or recommend a “bye-bye” GIF if someone is saying goodbye for example or suggest its payments feature if you write “You owe me $20” during conversation. Video Credit:...

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Facebook adds a rocket button; a second News Feed could soon be launched
Apr04

Facebook adds a rocket button; a second News Feed could soon be launched

Facebook is testing a second News Feed by adding a new rocket button. The button was spotted by some users of the social media company recently; and could be the clearest indication yet of the company’s plans to add another News Feed. The rocket ship icon is located adjacent to the News Feed button, and is either found at the screen or bottom, depending on whether you an iOS or Android user, reports TechCrunch. As you already know,...

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