Facebook Is Testing New Tabs to Organize News Feed


We have seen a lot of updates to Facebook’s design on mobile platforms. The company has acquired many changes to its design by adding new options to explore within the home page. According to new reports, the company is now working on a new Tabs design to organize the newsfeed in a better way.

The newsfeed algorithm is about to change and users will now have more control to explore it. Users will be able to explore the news feed on their mobile apps with different formats.

Facebook has prototyped the tabbed version of the news feed for mobile. The new news feed tab will show you the different formats of the news feed with most relevant feed, existing most recent feed, already seen feed etc. These formats were limited to Facebook’s desktop version only, but the company is now planning to add the same organized tabs for the feed for mobile users.

Apparently, the new tabbed feed for Facebook mobile is still not released officially. If the social network giant introduces this tabbed feed for the public on mobile platform, then it will add more value to the news feed. Users will be able to explore the news feed by selecting the different formats from the tabbed section.

The same feature will add more capabilities for the users to keep the most important posts aside. According to sources, the tabbed interface for Facebook Mobile would be the biggest change to the news feed. Of course, we have seen a lot of updates to Facebook’s news feed for both, Desktop and Mobile platforms. But the tabbed feed would change the way how you will use the Facebook app on your mobile platform.

Facebook’s new Tabbed feed was spotted by Jane Manchun Wong. He has shared screenshots of this new Tabbed feed of Facebook for Android by analysing the codes. The embedded tweet is given here:

You can see how you will be selecting the news feed from the mobile app from the given options in the screenshots attached with the tweet. We will learn more about this new major update of Facebook for mobile platforms in the coming days.

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