By Katie BakerBuzzfeed News|Published Apr 11, 2018|12:31:01The Facebook team says that it’s a “good time to share the future of how we deliver the social experience,” and it’s been working hard on making it easier to read and share news on Facebook.
“We’re really excited to make reading news easier and more engaging with this update to the News Feed,” said Mark Zuckerberg in a post on Facebook, noting that it “includes new, exciting features for you to discover and share.”
You can now read articles in your News Feed directly from the main menu on Facebook or from the news feed directly from Facebook.
It’ll be possible to share articles from the News feed directly to your News feed and share them to friends.
News Feed content will be automatically sorted into groups by topics and news categories.
This isn’t the first time Facebook has introduced these updates to its News Feed, which have been rolled out in the past.
Last year, Facebook rolled out a new algorithm to help users find news and videos that match their interests and interests.
NewsFeed was also redesigned to better support video sharing and better optimize content for mobile.
But in the years since the announcement of this new update, Facebook has also been rolling out a variety of other changes that improve the experience.
This new update doesn’t go into great detail about what changes will be included, but Zuckerberg noted that it will include a few improvements for News Feed: News Feed will now be more useful for finding new content and more informative to read when you search for new articles, videos, and other content.
And it will offer more opportunities to share content with friends.
This update is just one part of Facebook’s efforts to improve News Feed for the users it serves.
Zuckerberg has been working on improving News Feed since 2014, when he launched a new team called the News Lab, which was tasked with finding ways to improve the News feeds experience.
Zuckerberg and his team worked on ways to make News Feed more useful to people and better serve the audience.
In November 2016, Zuckerberg announced the “Facebook for Education” initiative, a new project that aims to make Facebook’s News Feed the place where students learn.
In addition to making News Feed better for people, the goal of the initiative is to improve how teachers can use Facebook to help students learn the material.
The team behind the program, called the Facebook for Education, has been trying to get better at finding new ways to use Facebook’s news feeds.
Recently, the team released a report that shows that the News Hub is the most common news source on Facebook for students, and the students who use it the most tend to use it more than those who use the News hub.
“We think we have some really strong insights about what we can do to make the NewsFeed experience better for the students,” said Alexi Rieder, CEO of the Facebook news team, in an interview with Mashable.
“That’s something that is going to be really helpful to the students and it will make the news more useful and more interesting.”
Rieder told Mashable that News Hub will be updated regularly with news updates.
“Over time, we’re going to continue to add more and more features to News Hub and we’ll be able to provide more personalized information to our users,” she said.
For more on Facebook’s latest updates, check out the TechCrunch article below: