fredag 16. juni 2017

This is just what the rocket icon on Facebook means

This is just what the rocket icon on Facebook means

The new feed where clickbait lives in the ideal way.

Fb is now testing a new feature that creates some confusion, whether we have to listen to social multimedia.


Many users have seen that a rocket icon has appeared on the toolbar saying, the question is what it truly does.

Well, 2 weeks. new news feed that Fb has worked with covertly, and it focuses on what Facebook is the main thing to capture your attention: Popular things in your network with moving images.

This article of the rocket feed will be different from the regular feeds and compiled by content from more options than you usually follow based on what both you and your friends like - and since Facebook's algorithms you think will also like.

For example, it may be a video many in your network have watched.

- We're tests a complementary feed of popular articles, videos and photos, focused on each individual based on content which may interest them. We have believed people who want a fairly easy way to explore new content they may have not learned yet, says a Facebook spokeswoman according to techcrunch. com.

Uptodatearticles has tested the rocket supply on an iPhone several with 4. 7 in . screen. For us, the feeds behave as an extra layer that is published on Facebook's regular information feed, and is a kind of "most popular" in your network.

Removed are seemingly likes and divisions gone, and again a clean and translucent feed consisting of pictures and titles - not different from Apple Reports. Video content is worn a lot of space.

The information of the explode feed is different from that of the totally normal feeder, and compiled by content from multiple sources you usually follow based on what you and your friends like - and as Facebook's algorithms you think will also like.

Although sharing, likes and comments are deleted on iOS, these are the things that control in the back.

If we click on an article we would like to read, we will be considered to the standard share as we are being used to discovering, and then we need to click again to open the content.

In other words, much of the content has become one click extra away.

We also tested the rocket feed on an Android phone with a larger screen. Here the feeds resemble far more on the regular feeds, and one avoids having to click twice to start an article.

Our first impression of the explode feed is not quite good. While Facebook appears to be the worst clickbaite in the regular news feed, it appears to be the best in the rocket feed.

Fb has not yet said whether the feature should be rolled out to all users.

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