Let’s say that you’re now scrolling on Facebook. What’s the first thing you observe? The page’s design or that message from you neighbourhood stalker? Well, we’re not interested in how the page looks life, but the contents it displays. Facebook will roll out multi-news feeds features, in order to help you choose your subjects of interests.
Since Facebook went online, most of us have liked several hundred pages, followed many celebrities and posted a lot of messages. But once you open that Facebook pages, you will be assaulted by tons of redundant news feeds, some of them from sites you haven’t heard of.
But this will be a thing of the past because Facebook wants to make your life a whole lot easier. Jason Stein, a fellow Facebooker has just released a tweet in which he attached a couple of photos. In these photos, the blogger managed to capture the essence of Facebook’s newest features.
According to the pictures, if you by chance feel overwhelmed by all the things that appear on your news feed page, you can teach Facebook what to show you and when to show it.
For example, if you like a page about gastronomy and a page about fashion, and you’re fed up to see news about new dresses or shoes than you can simply Facebook to show you all the relevant news on the subject of gastronomy and vice-versa.
Facebook’s newest features can help us better manage our profile pages. No more we will stand by and scroll through never ending posts about someone’s mishap or about what happened in Star Wars. We are now in total control of our profile page.
Apart from letting us choose from different topics, the new feature also allows us to choose other topics to display. Basically, this means that Facebook is now able to show multiple categories within the same news feed page.
The only downside to this problem is that the new feature is still being tested. But we can be sure that it won’t be long until Facebook will integrate this new feature into its core services.
And, it would also seem that Facebook wishes to grant its users more autonomy when it comes to managing their own profiles. It is only natural that you, as a Facebooker, would want to see only the most relevant subjects and not just random junk mail.
We are unsure when this feature will be made available for all Facebook users, but it won’t be long now.