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Facebook, long known for connecting people globally is set out to offer a new feature to improve its users’ experience. According to our sources, the new feature called “Latest Conversations” is a new effort from Facebook that allows expanding the user’s experience by sharing the public posts out of their personal network.

Facebook is rolling out a New Feature That'll Show You Strangers' Posts

First spotted by Tech Crunch, this new feature will generate the public posts and will share in the new tab. This new tab will be located beneath the “Photos” and “News” sections on the home page of Facebook.

This is not what we are saying, but the fact has been confirmed by a spokesperson from Facebook and shared that this new feature is more than just one of the many A/B tests that the company adds to the network from time to time. He added, “We’re rolling out a new section in search results that will show the most recent public posts about timely topics that a lot of people are discussing on Facebook,”

Not only this, the social media giant, “Facebook” is on the verge to launch “Topics to Follow” feature as well for the News Feed.

A Facebook spokesperson confirmed that the new feature is more than just one of the many A/B tests that crop up from time to time on the network.

“We’re rolling out a new section in search results that will show the most recent public posts about timely topics that a lot of people are discussing on Facebook,” they told via email, with no other comment.

The social network also confirmed that it’s testing out a new “Topics to Follow” feature for the News Feed in an attempt to broaden perspectives on less pressing matters, potentially taking the focus away from moderator-managed Pages.

So, what do you think of this Facebook’s new feature? Do you like it or not? Comment your views in the comments section and keep visiting our website for more updates!

https://techviral.uk/social-media/facebook/facebook-is-rolling-out-a-new-feature-thatll-show-you-strangers-posts/

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