Have you ever felt no time to read an interesting posts that have you just saw in Facebook.You’ll probably share it as ‘Only Me’ privacy settings, and read it later. Now you doesn’t need to do anything like that. Soon you’ll able to save the link for later reading. The social network is testing out the new feature on some select users.
Facebook appears to be testing a new functionality which will enable the user to save links posted on the social network for reading it later.The new feature is quite similar to the popular apps Pocket and Instapaper.
The ‘Save For Later’ feature is working as an app on mobiles. The user has to click on the bookmark icon and then it will save the entire article, not just the Facebook post. And the same will be appeared on Activity Log as ‘Only Me’ privacy status, report said.
The saved articles directly goes to the ‘Saved'(app) section which is situated in the sidebar. It displays, the link title, website name, a thumbnail and also link saved time. The link can be deleted after reading it, report added.
The MyTechSchool report also points out that Facebook had tested the same feature for its iOS app, an year ago, allowing users to save articles with a long press.
However, the ongoing test is much useful to the publishers and Facebookers which may make Facebook a perfect News-reading place. There is no words on public roll-out out of the new feature.
Readers: Have you seen ‘save-for-later’ feature on your Facebook?
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