Facebook has once again decided to change its most important part - Newsfeed.
Alignment ranking (the latest) content in the world's most popular social networking site has changed the rankings and you can still find the latest or most popular option in the left-hand bar.
But now the company has begun considering adding tabs to the news feed to make it easier for users to view the content.
Jane Manchun Wong, a Twitter user, and developer tracking the updates of numerous apps, including Facebook, said this in a tweet.
They searched for code in Facebook's Android, indicating that this social media app has begun considering splitting Newsfeed into 3 tabs called Relent, Resent, and Sense.
Facebook is working on tabbed newsfeed for easier access to “Most Recent” and “Already Seen” feeds pic.twitter.com/8Z9KLG9nc8— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) February 18, 2020
Facebook has also confirmed that it is testing this feature and is currently considering testing it among users. As you may not know, there is also a truck to view the posts you see, but it only works on the website.
By the way, this new change looks quite useful because it will make it easier to find the content you want to see while giving the user more options to organize the newsfeed.
It is possible for the company to add more tabs to it, but it is unclear how long this feature will be available to general users.