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Finally, you can save those newsfeed bits and pieces you haven’t had the time to look at. Facebook has recently revealed their latest ‘Save’ feature. It allows users to bookmark items on newsfeed they’d like to view at a later time.
Software engineer from Facebook, Daniel Giambalvo, states: ”Every day, people find all sorts of interesting items on Facebook that they don’t have time to explore right away. Now you can save items that you find on Facebook to check out later when you have more time.”
So what can you save? Pretty much anything you want! Links, movies, music, TV, places and videos are all fair game!
The good thing about this feature is that saved items are only available for users to view. However, should you wish to share your save list with your friends, there will be a share-with-friends option.
In order to view your items in the ‘Save’list, you simply click on the ‘More’tab on your mobile or click the side panel on the left side of your computer browser. Very simple!
Another good feature of ‘save’will be its organisation. Your items will be categorised and you can share items or move things into an archive. You will also get reminders in your newsfeed so that you don’t forget what you have in your ‘save’folder. You’ll never miss your favourite video again!
‘Save’will be available to iOS, Android and Internet web browsers in just a few days. But if you want any questions answered about the new feature, the Facebook Help Centre is available for questioning. Facebook is also testing a new ‘buy’option where users can purchase things directly through their news feeds. We may never have to leave our houses again!
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