The Facebook app’s homepage will undergo a major overhaul. That’s at least the announcement made by Meta President Mark Zuckerberg. The goal will be to deliver more content defined by the social network’s algorithms. “One of the most requested features on Facebook is to make sure that users don’t miss their friends’ posts”And the He has in a message posted on the social network.
“We’re launching the Feeds tab…”
“Today we are launching a Feeds tab, where you can see your friends’ posts, groups, pages and more in chronological order.”, later continued the founder of the application. More clearly, AI will decide on behalf of social network users what they have to see. Mark Zuckerberg Clarify the Feeds tab anyway “It will give you a way to customize and have more control over your experience”.
Some observers say Facebook’s new reforms are simply aimed at making the app as competitive as TikTok. The Chinese video app has seen an increase in the number of its users over the past few weeks. On the other hand, Facebook is no longer packing much in the youth category. The TikTok mechanism alternates between what users perceive as video and other content provided by artificial intelligence.
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