Facebook Recently Announced a New Feature Called ‘SAVE’

Facebook Introduces New Read-It-Later Feature  called ‘Save’. Facebook has used the technology from read-it-later startup named ‘Spool’, which it acquired about two years ago. Facebook’s new feature is introduced to give rivalry to popular read-it-later app, ‘Pocket’. Users can store links from News Feed and Pages to read them later. If you find any interesting stories in your Facebook News feed but don’t have time to read it, you can simply mark these stories to read them later.

Facebook has announced this news in its official blog, “People find interesting articles, links of all kinds everyday in their Facebook News Feed. Sometimes they don’t have enough time to read these stories. People can now mark these stories to read later when they have time. People can save links, movies, TV, music, movies or places. You can choose sharing option of these links as well. Either you can share these items with friends or keep visible to you only.”

Users will need internet to read saved links. This new feature doesn’t cache content like Pocket or Instapaper does. Lack of cache content can break off News Feed reading flow. This new feature is available for Android, Web and iOS.

In mobile app, saved items can be viewed by clicking ‘More’ tab while web users can access saved links by clicking link that is placed on left side of Facebook’s web interface. One can share link with friends by swiping right on each item, or move it to archive list. This list is well organised in categories. Facebook will also remind you about saved items. Users will receive this new feature in next two days.’

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