Facebook has recently come up with a new feature that is unsending FB messenger missives. Finally,Facebook seems to have rolled out the ability to unsend Facebook messenger messages to everyone who uses the messenger app. Here's a look on how to use this newest feature.
There seems to be out yet another scandal for Facebook. It has been seen that Facebook has been paying teens $20 per month for all of their data. There are claims that Facebook has been secretly paying people for the purpose of installing a "research VPN".
Apple now seems to have freezed Facebook's internal apps in order to protect user privacy. This move seems to be in response to Facebook's use of a data-gathering app. People at Facebook were shocked after Apple made this shocking revelation.
Facebook might be set for another fight with Apple after re-branding the Onavo Protect VPN App, banned by Apple for privacy violations, earlier this year and made it available to users.
LinkedIn is all set to work on a new 'Lookalike Audience' feature. This feature will allow advertisers to target users who seem similar to their current customers. When we see other social networking platforms LinkedIn seems to be a late bloomer regarding the new updates.
Facebook has come up with a new surprise. The social networking site plans to integrate all of its messaging services namely WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger. This move is set to be completed by the end of 2019 or early 2020.
Facebook is said to be adding petitions to its news feed. It is seen launching a tool which will allow users to post and sign online petitions right in their news feed. "Community Actions" will be seen rolling out by Facebook to the US users on Monday.
Facebook comes up with a new update. Now Facebook events can be shared to stories. Soon Facebook events can be seen coming to stories. A new share button was launched by Facebook on the 14th of January which basically allowed users to share an Event inside Stories.
Facebook is said to be investigating a group which seems to be backed by LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman. The main concern for this investigation is to find out whether the group ran afoul of the social networks's rules after it led to misleading news pages.