Facebook has just launched a new feature called Snooze, which is basically used to temporarily silence our contacts. Users of the large social network already have in their hands a tool with which they will be able to download from the heavy and repetitive publications of some somewhat annoying contacts.
Facebook managers seem to be finding ways to capitalize on the great investment they made with the purchase of WhatsApp. An example of this is that the messaging service will be used so that users of the large social network can contact the companies that advertise on this network.
Facebook continues to follow closely the innovations introduced by Snapchat to re-propose them on its platforms. This time it’s the turn of the effect of “3D lenses” (increased reality effects) released in April on the yellow social network, today landed on Facebook Messenger under the name of World Effects.
Facebook is always looking for new features to make its social platform more complete and accessible. If a few days ago some tests had arisen regarding Captcha’s verification with the upload of a selfie, today we refer to a new tool made available to a small group of users that allows them to make private […]
Facebook is testing a new option within its instant messaging service Facebook Messenger that will allow users to import contacts from another service such as Instagram. An option that at the moment seems to be only in evidence, but which suggests that it will soon be definitively implanted.
Facebook has released Messenger Kids in the United States, a new application – currently available only on iOS – that allows children to approach the use of social communication systems without dangerously exposing themselves to network traps, but not “the net”.
If you’ve ever wondered where WhatsApp saves your profile photo, the answer is now clearer on Facebook’s servers. Of course, this measure has not always been this way, but the unification of the two services, after the big purchase, seems to be getting closer and closer, although for many this should not be the case.
Facebook is testing a new anti-bot verification system (“captcha”) that forces the user to submit a photo of themselves, which clearly shows their face, a selfie to clarify. At the moment, there are very few confirmatory reports, suggesting that the test is carried out on a limited number of people.