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newsfeed

(1) See Facebook News Feed.

(2) A collection of discussions or headlines that are published for distribution to the general public. See newsgroup and syndication format.
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Facebook's head of News Feed Adam Mosseri has already published (https://media.
Facebook Inc is testing a feature in the Facebook News Feed that provides customised links to news on topics of interest to individual users, as the company continues to search for ways to increase the amount of time that people spend using the world's largest social media network.
The beta update, which was recently rolled out on Android and has been noticed on iOS since January, features the second news feed under the 'Explore' tab.
The company says that videos in the News Feed will now have sound on autoplay.
On Friday, Facebook modified its news feed feature to let members of the world s leading social-networking service catch up on tidbits they may have missed while away from the website.
The latest release introduces a news feed, similar to those found in social media applications such as Facebook and Twitter, as well as new agreement tracking features.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 12 (ANI): In a bid to make social media interactions more meaningful and relevant, Facebook announced its plans to revamp content that appears on a user's News Feed.
Facebook has invested a lot of its resources into making video a major part of the News Feed, but it's now working to fix a loophole that's frequently been exploited.
Facebook Inc's News Feed will show fewer "clickbait" headlines over the next few weeks, the company announced Thursday, as it seeks to establish itself as the prime web destination for news and social updates.
India, June 10 -- Facebook will now allow users to view and upload 360 degree photos on the news feed.
Facebook has announced a redesign for the News Feed of its mobile app.
Facebook Inc on Wednesday offered a rare glimpse into how it ranks and shows content in its News Feed, part of an effort to provide more transparency about its operations as the social network's cultural and political influence continue to grow.