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Facebook is taking a shot at an unreleased video visit gadget called Aloha, individuals acquainted with the issue disclosed to Business Insider.

The gadget is as yet being created and is as of now on track to make a big appearance in May 2018, the general population stated, in spite of the fact that the discharge date could change.

Salud speaks to Facebook’s first genuine raid into offering customer equipment. The organization’s Oculus backup began offering the top of the line Rift VR headset in January 2016, however, Facebook trusts that Aloha will have the more mass market claim.

With an extensive touchscreen, speakers, and camera for making video calls, the gadget is proposed to contend straightforwardly with the $229 Amazon Echo Show, which was discharged in June.

While insights about Aloha (counting the name) may change before it sees the light of day, this is what individuals comfortable with the gadget disclosed to Business Insider about the gadget:

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1. Work on Aloha started after Facebook officials saw the accomplishment of Amazon’s first Echo, and now the Echo Show is seen inside as Aloha’s principal rival.

2. Salaam will be the primary item to leave Building 8, Facebook’s best mystery customer equipment lab lead by ex-Darpa and Google executive Regina Dugan. Facebook as of late put long-lasting VP Andrew Bosworth accountable for the greater part of the organization’s buyer equipment, including Oculus and Building 8.

3. The gadget will include a vast touchscreen alongside a camera and speakers and be fit for perceiving individuals when they advance into seeing. 13-inch and 15-inch forms of the gadget are in progress.

4. Facebook has become best PC vision and AI managers to make the camera thusly layout shots and see inquiries in observe. The contraption is proposed to be used as a piece of the home and has been attempted in kitchens, rooms, and parlors.

5. Salud will require either a Facebook or Messenger record to work and will guide into the proprietor’s rundown of Facebook companions. That reconciliation would give Aloha a chance to prescribe that you begin a video call with another Aloha proprietor if both of you are available, for instance. One thing that isn’t yet clear is the way Aloha will deal with circumstances including numerous clients in a house with individual Facebook accounts.

6. The voice partner Aloha keeps running on is approximately in view of M, the AI visit bot collaborator Facebook created for Messenger. Opening up a sound rendition of M to trade would enable Aloha proprietors to influence buys with their voice, as should be possible with the Amazon To reverberate.

7. Facebook has taken a gander at offering Aloha for as much as $499, however, hasn’t arrived at the last value point.

8. Salaam will be sold in stores and on the web. Facebook has thought about offering Aloha through fly up stores and inside existing retail locations like Best Buy. The arrangement is to offer the gadget in North America and Europe at first.

9. One obstacle Facebook has looked at building Aloha is customer doubt of Facebook securing client protection. The organization directed advertising ponders for venture Aloha and got overpowering worry that Facebook would utilize the gadget to keep an eye on clients.

10. To mollify worries about protection, Facebook has thought about innovative approaches to advertise Aloha, including pitching it as a gadget for letting the elderly effectively speak with their families.

Other than Aloha, Facebook’s Building 8 is building up a different shrewd speaker without a screen that works more like the main Amazon Echo. A hexagonal outline for the speaker has been considered, and Facebook intends to offer it for not as much as Aloha.

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We count precisely 26 likes lol jk.

The most recent scam that the Facebook world soundly fell for was just 26 (or 25) companions could see your posts. In duplicate glue messages that made adjusts on the Newsfeed, Facebook clients requested that their companions remark with a straightforward “hello there” to demonstrate that the post had shown up in their nourishes — exhibiting that they were one of the Chosen 26.

For the record, Snopes conclusively exposed the “26 companions” gossip. What’s more, a Facebook delegate disclosed to them that, as Snopes stated, “the talk held no water.”

Be that as it may, the need to seize control over and pick up knowledge into the calculation that represents the Facebook News Feed is justifiable. The way the calculation works is broadly hazy and continually evolving. What’s more, a straightforward look through my own News Feed uncovers that it appears to work in strange ways. What are Laws of News Feed overseeing the way that a secondary school associate’s activity refreshes positioned above get-away photographs from a dear companion?

On the off chance that reducing reactions to your posts, refreshes from close outsiders, and superfluous promotions influence you to need to excursion your clench hands at the Facebook sky, fear not: there are approaches to seize control of your News Feed from Facebook’s all-powerful grasps, and make your Facebook encounter less irritating, at least.

Who’s Out, And Who’s Inpreferece


The place to begin is in your “News Feed Preferences.” Get to this page on work area by tapping the descending confronting bolt in the upper right-hand corner, and looking down to “News Feed Preferences.” On the portable, you’ll need to make a beeline for “Settings,” which is at the base of the choices after you tap the Menu catch on the base right corner of the Facebook application. Snap “settings” inside the Settings menu and a screen will fly up that gives you a chance to explore to “News Feed Preferences.”

List: Still A Thing!

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Another approach to reclaiming control of your News Feed is through records. Facebook has had a “savvy records” include companions since 2011. Before leaving on this trip of customization, I just utilized records to assign certain individuals as “constrained profile” watchers (hello there mother! sorry mom…). Be that as it may, there is quite significantly more to the universe of records!


Another cool activity with records which I never do is determine who you’re distributing to when you convey a Facebook post. So in case you’re feeling some sort of route about a specific president, yet you would prefer not to distribute those emotions to everybody you’ve ever meet, you have the choice of imparting to only your “dear companions.”

Hit the Snooze Button

You can simply refresh your “News Feed Preferences” to organize or unfollow companions and pages. In any case, in the event that you know you simply require a break, Ross from Friends style, (possibly a companion in the midst of a furlough has turned into excessively photograph glad?), you can utilize the Facebook “nap” highlight.

Facebook took off Snooze in December 2017. When you “nap” a companion, you will unfollow them for only 30 days, and they will be unaware. You can “snooze” them whenever. Or on the other hand, toward the finish of the 30-day time span, Facebook will advise you, and you’ll have the choice to restore the rest.snooze button


With regards to Newsfeed significance and swarming, you also can be a piece of the arrangement. Cheerful organizing and companion positioning, you mean young ladies.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaking at headquarters

Facebook is discarding “questioned banners,” one of it’s few endeavors to control the spread of phony news over the interpersonal organization.

About a year back, Facebook propelled the element, where warning symbols were put alongside articles that were recognized to be false by a group of autonomous reality checking associations.

Be that as it may, as per Facebook’s examination, the exertion didn’t help much. Facebook’s group recognized four reasons that debated banners were not a perfect system, as partook in a blog entry on Medium.

  1. Covered basic data a.k.a. required excessively numerous snaps
  2. Could in some cases blowback in light of the fact that solid dialect or visuals can fortify thoughts
  3. Required no less than two truth checkers so was an ease back procedure to be connected
  4. Worked for false evaluations so stories that were mostly false or dubious were not checked

This confirmation comes in the midst of examination from parties not trusting Facebook was doing what’s needed. Free reality checkers working with Facebook investigated the organization for not offering enough data to them at the time on how their endeavors were doing.

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What the disputed flag tool looked like

Seeing as phony news has turned into an encouraging cry in itself, a few people simply don’t purchase the organization’s mark (regardless of whether it stops by a method for two outsider actuality checkers). As proof, Facebook focuses to a 2012 scholastic examination (co-wrote by specialists from the University of West Australia and University of Michigan) that recommends a solid picture – like a warning – by an article may settle in held convictions, rather than exposing them. Why it didn’t counsel the examination, in any case, is a secret.

Exactly one year back, Facebook actualized a few changes to battle counterfeit news, including less demanding strides to report articles, associations with certainty checking associations and highlights, as Disputed Flags, that alarm individuals when they are going to peruse or share articles that have distinguished by reality checkers as phony news. Facebook likewise began downgrading counterfeit news joins, which it says generally mean they lose 80 percent of their activity.

In the present declaration, Facebook item chief Tessa Lyons said Facebook chose to supplant Disputed Flags with Related Articles in light of the fact that the red identifications really had the impact of fortifying convictions.

“They have a major issue, and they are inclining toward different associations to tidy up after them,” one writer working with Facebook revealed to The Guardian.

Going ahead, Facebook will be centered around related articles, connections of stories from trustworthy news sources. These will show up before a client even snap through to a site with the expectation of indicating exact data and giving more setting past only one feature.

Related articles prompt fewer offers than questioned banners connected to counterfeit news stories, as per Facebook’s specialists.

“Related Articles, by differentiate, are essentially intended to give more setting, which our examination has indicated is a more viable approach to enable individuals to get to the certainties,” Facebook item director Tessa Lyons wrote in the blog entry declaration.

Obviously, this could all adjustment later on. Facebook is continually refreshing how it shows stories on News Feed.

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Facebook needs distributors to quit asking for likes.

Facebook is at last making stern move against “engagement goad”, where distributors ask clients to vote, as or share a post in the expectations of knocking it to the highest point of individuals’ News Feeds by controlling the informal communication site’s calculations.

The informal organization is making a move against alleged “engagement lure,” where distributors request that clients vote, as, or share a post in the expectations of knocking it to the highest point of individuals’ News Feed.

The posts aren’t restricted precisely, yet Facebook will now downgrade those posts in the News Feed. Facebook Pages that over and over-utilize these strategies will possibly get the majority of their posts downgraded, the organization reported in a blog entry on Monday.

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The engagement-trap crackdown isn’t going on quickly, with a specific end goal to give distributors time to reexamine their systems.

“We will reveal this Page-level downgrade through the span of a little while to give distributors time to adjust and maintain a strategic distance from accidentally utilizing engagement goad in their posts,” Facebook said in a blog entry.

Facebook evaluated and sorted a huge number of posts and educated a machine learning model to distinguish the diverse kinds of “engagement trap”. The organization says it will execute stricter downgrades for pages that over and again trap engagement in half a month to give distributors time to adjust.

“Pushing ahead, we will keep on finding approaches to enhance and scale our endeavors to diminish engagement goad,” Facebook said. “We need to diminish the spread of substance that is spammy, outstanding, or misdirecting keeping in mind the end goal to advance more significant and true discussions on Facebook,” it said.

Facebook said that pages that over and again post “engagement trap” will see more “noteworthy drops” in reach. The engagement-trap crackdown isn’t going on quickly, keeping in mind the end goal to give distributors time to rethink their techniques.

Facebook is additionally making a few special cases for posts that approach individuals for help, counsel, or suggestions. These incorporate “coursing a missing kid report, fund-raising for a reason, or requesting travel tips,” as per the organization.

For Facebook, the refresh is a move to influence the substance clients to find in News Feed more “real.” That’s been Facebook’s fundamental encouraging cry as far back as the organization confessed to coursing Russian promulgation amid the 2016 presidential race.

In October, Facebook discharged a handbook for distributors that depicts the organization’s standards for reporting. The rules, said Facebook’s VP of News Feed Adam Mosseri, accentuate “important substance” over clickbait.

The long range informal communication monster had, correspondingly, in the past downgraded clickbait features and connections to low-quality website page encounters. In any case, posts that approach individuals for help, counsel, or suggestions, for example, flowing a missing tyke report, fund-raising for a reason, or requesting travel tips, won’t be unfavorably affected by this refresh.

But then, Facebook’s optional encourage Explore is loaded with useless posts. It additionally as of late presented a page for “Top 10 goat posts on Facebook.”

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Snap is opening up to more makers. The self-declared camera organization discharged Lens Studio on Thursday as a route for engineers to construct increased reality encounters for Snapchat.

The device, accessible as a desktop application on Mac and Windows, is like Facebook’s AR studio, discharged not long ago. Google offers ARCore, and Apple has ARKit. Snapchat is wagering architects will need to utilize its framework to work for its group of 173 million day by day dynamic clients. Snapchat clients are very comfortable with AR and have been utilizing it since the application discharged focal points (or face channels) in 2015.

The Lens Studio is a self-serve stage that opens up increased reality devices to designers and makers. As of now, it has seven advertising accomplices, including Avatar Labs, North Kingdom, MediaMonks, and Fishermen Labs, among others, to make increased reality promotions for brands.

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It works like the self-serve promotion stage of Snapchat that gives brands and clients a few assets so they can run crusades.

Be that as it may, while those organizations may have more assets, Snap got off to an encouraging start. The organization says that its group has fabricated more than 3,000 focal points to date and that 33% of clients play with them day by day, for a normal of three minutes each. The organization has had achievement giving its fans something to do: clients made 95 percent of the geo filters in the application, the organization says, making handicrafts for urban communities and neighborhoods around the globe.

Engineers can make Snapcodes for disseminating AR manifestations. By examining a Snapcode, a Snapchat client approaches the focal point for 24 hours. The codes themselves keep going for one year.

For designers, Lens Studio is one of a few choices to make AR encounters. In the most recent year, Google, Facebook, and Apple have discharged and advanced their own frameworks. Indeed, even Snapchat collaborated with Apple and utilized their ARKit to make enhanced face channels for the iPhone X. Snap additionally utilized ARKit for the Stranger Things supported focal point.

Scanning a Snapcode

Each apparatus is somewhat extraordinary, obviously. There’s no cross-conveyance, as in engineers must utilize Lens Studio to work for Snapchat. Snapchat’s Lens Studio just offers formats and apparatuses for building world focal points, encounters for the back camera and not forward-looking selfie channels.

The part of these accomplices will be constrained to the production of focal points as Snapchat will deal with the media purchasing. Focal points have a base promotion spend of $250,000. That is on typical days. In any case, for occasions, the promotion spend can go up to $750,000. At the present time, focal points are evaluated in light of impression. They can cost from $8 to $20.

By opening an AR stage, the organization expels the hindrance and enable brands to take an interest in focal points and immersive encounters. All things considered, it makes the stage more open to an assortment of promoters.

Snap still demands that it is a camera organization. Be that as it may, its greatest ventures would even now be content.

At the present time, AR and camera are the centers to Shapchat. The more than 166 million clients comprehend AR and how it functions. Yet, Snap must build its center offering in a few regions and disentangle it in other. The organization must need to make new items with the goal that clients will stick around longer.

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Facebook has been making a move against fake news, yet it’s been missing one basic place of talk. show the issue for a worldwide tech organization.

While a significant part of the phony news discussion in the U.S. has been around fake news spreading on Facebook’s News Feed, reports of deception spreading all inclusive on Facebook’s informing properties, Whatsapp and Messenger, exhibit another significant issue for the worldwide tech organization.

In March, Facebook selected a group of outsider certainty checkers to signal phony news articles that were being shared on its system. It was a piece of an expanded push to restrict the range of deception on the site in wake of Russian impedance in the 2016 presidential race.

Fake news articles now get a debated label when they are presented on the Facebook News Feed. In any case, that is not the case if a client sends a similar article to an individual or gathering through Messenger.

Nonetheless, one Facebook client claims they as of late encountered the inverse. In the wake of sharing a Breitbart story to somebody through Messenger, the individual says they got a warning that read, “A connection you shared contains data questioned by Politifact,” which means they were sharing a phony news story.

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While Facebook and Twitter are very open spaces where news, photographs, and recordings for the most part stream unreservedly, WhatsApp is more compartmentalized. Gatherings are constrained to 256 individuals, making it hard for actuality checkers to see when and where fake news circulates around the web, and all messages are naturally scrambled. Those issues are exacerbated by the way that there’s as of now no investigation framework that writers can use to screen action on the stage.

On the off chance that Facebook was really dedicated to controlling fake news on its stage, it would address the issue in every aspect of the site, not just the Facebook News Feed. As per the organization, more than 1.3 billion individuals utilize Messenger consistently, and we know at any rate some phony news articles have been shared on it.

One reason the organization may not filter private Messenger discussions for fake news could be that it wouldn’t like to have all the earmarks of being “unpleasant.” For instance, Facebook drew feedback when it at first declared it would utilize WhatsApp information to advise the organization’s sweeping promotion arrange (despite the fact that it wasn’t pulling data from private messages). Facebook has over and again demanded it doesn’t examine private discussions for promoting.

Generally, the private regions of Facebook’s items, which incorporate administrations like Messenger and WhatsApp, stay untouched. A special case is that Facebook utilizes computerized instruments like PhotoDNA to filter for youngster misuse pictures shared inside Messenger. Yet, there is no framework right now used to recognize fake news inside Messenger or WhatsApp.

“WhatsApp was intended to keep individuals’ data secure and private, so nobody can get to the substance of individuals’ messages,” said WhatsApp’s arrangement correspondences lead Carl Woog in an email to Poynter. “We perceive that there is a false news challenge, and we’re thoroughly considering ways we can keep on keeping WhatsApp safe.”

Obviously, that could change later on.

A Facebook representative disclosed that the organization is chipping away at new and progressively more compelling approaches to battle false news stories on the majority of its applications and administrations. Yet, until at that point, it creates the impression that Facebook clients should do their own particular reality keeping an eye on Messenger.

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Your Instagram Stories never again need to vanish perpetually following 24 hours.

The application presented two new highlights that enable you to spare your Stories inconclusively: filing, for private sparing, and “features,” a component that puts Storie’s ideal on your profile.

Like Snapchat’s recollections highlight, in the event that you empower the new Stories Archive setting, at that point Instagram will consequently download your Stories to your record’s file before they lapse. There, the spared Stories will live nearby any posts you’ve already documented.

A big name could make a marked story for a sponsor, for instance, and stick it to their profile page so it exists for longer than 24 hours to produce a bigger number of perspectives than they’d likely get if the Story vanished following one day.

It could urge more organizations to utilize Instagram. Brands, as well, can stick the same number of Stories as they need to their profile page, which should give them a free approach to advance crusades or substance they need clients to see.

It’ll be intriguing to check whether the capacity to spare and stick Stories will change the way individuals make them. The interest of Stories has dependably been that they vanish, and accordingly don’t really should be high caliber. The fact of the matter was to bring down the weight that accompanies posting something on the web and urge individuals to share all the more regularly.

In spite of the fact that Instagram has dependably enabled clients to physically download their Instagram Stories, filing is the first occasion when they’ve mechanized the procedure, which the organization says is intended to lighten tension clients have about losing their Stories,insta stories

Once a Story is spared to your chronicle, which is private, you now can freely share it in the perpetual manner with Instagram’s new “Story Highlights.” The element sticks a merry go round of Instagram Stories to the highest point of your profile, where they’ll be visible to any individual who can see your profile.

The refresh reflects exactly how genuine Instagram is about Stories. In spite of the fact that the organization (which could go a long time on end without huge application refreshes before Stories) has been turning out new highlights for over a year now, refreshes have scarcely touched profiles.story highlights

Furthermore, all things considered — part of the organization’s thinking behind Stories in any case (other than contending with Snapchat, that is) was that clients were so demanding about what was on their profile that they weren’t posting so frequently as Instagram needed.

By including Stories, the organization contemplated, clients would have a space to share photographs that were more “at the time” than the run of the mill flawlessly coordinated plandid. Presently, more than 300 million day by day dynamic clients later, Instagram Stories is more mainstream than all of Snapchat and the organization is prepared to reevaluate its way to deal with client profiles and Stories.

“We truly need to ensure that we can give you the best of the two universes where you can share, it leaves, and you like that, yet then you can likewise hold the incentive for yourself or your profile later on,” says Instagram Product Lead Robby Stein.

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Streaks aren’t only for Snapchat, any longer.

Facebook is currently trying a rendition of a comparative element in Messenger, the organization affirmed with Mashable. It’s not clear to what extent the interpersonal organization has been exploring different avenues regarding the component, however, a modest bunch of clients revealed seeing it fly up in their application on Wednesday.

The element that is being tried, which prompts clients to “keep your streak going” when you message companions, looks fundamentally the same as Snapchat’s rendition, directly down to liberal utilization of emoticon and a counter telling you to what extent the streak has been going.

Facebook is proceeding with its apparently constant pattern of replicating Snapchat with the testing of another element that plays on the last’s talk streak challenge, which urges clients to “keep your streak going” when informing companions.


Facebook, it appears, is endeavoring to duplicate the famous picture informing application – Snapchat, once more. Also, this time for its Messenger. Facebook is seen trying Snapchat’s ‘Streaks’ include for its talking stage Messenger. With the Streaks highlight hitting Facebook Messenger – clients will have the capacity to have a persistent discussion with their contacts. This isn’t the first occasion when that Facebook is endeavoring to duplicate Snapchat.

A representative for Facebook Messenger affirmed the test saying it was an approach “to see initially fun certainties about the general population you message with.”

“For instance, a lightning jolt may show up beside the name of a man you’ve informed with for no less than three days in succession, and a counter will demonstrate what number of continuous days you’ve been talking. We’re intrigued to check whether individuals appreciate this knowledge, however, we don’t have any extra data to share as of now.”

Starting at now, there is no official proclamation by Facebook on the take-off of the Snapchat-like element. In any case, at that point, in a discussion with Mashable, a Facebook representative affirmed the nearness of streaks. The representative clearly acknowledged that the Streak include is as of now in the testing stage to give you “a chance to see at look fun actualities” about the companions you have been an inconsistent contact for a couple of days now. Individuals you have talked with on Messenger. The representative further included that the forthcoming element will be unmistakable to you just on the off chance that you have messaged her/him no less than “three days consecutively”.


Notwithstanding the Streaks highlight, Facebook Messenger is accepting 4K picture bolster. This element is being taken off keeping in mind the end goal to take the visual correspondence higher than ever. With the new 4K include going to the Messenger Facebook clients will now have the capacity to impart up to up to 4096×4096 pixels determination pictures with their contacts. Facebook has purportedly as of now began revealing the 4K determination highlight over a few nations including US, Canada, France, Australia, the UK, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, and South Korea. While alternate areas including India will get the component in the weeks to come. To get the 4K determination include you’ll have to redesign your Messenger application to the most recent form first.

Despite the fact that Facebook is situating the component as an approach to see “fun certainties” about companions, it’s likewise yet another, fairly unmitigated, counterfeit of a Snapchat include by a similar name.

Streaks have for quite some time been an imperative piece of Snapchat for some clients, especially adolescents who regularly put everything on the line to keep their streaks going for several days on end. It’s likewise part of why Snapchat’s clients invest such a great amount of energy in the application.

Presently, it would seem that Messenger is hoping to check whether it can benefit from some of that engagement by putting a comparative element in Messenger.

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utilize Facebook Messenger every month. Be that as it may, would they say they are truly benefitting as much as possible from it?

Since Messenger turned into its very own application, Facebook has been unobtrusively adding usefulness to influence it to emerge. The application has a huge amount of flawless concealed highlights, from GIFs to addicting recreations and ever-inventive approaches to compose and exhibit content.

Here’s a portion of the coolest stuff you didn’t have any acquaintance with you could do with Facebook Messenger.

1. Use Messenger on the computer



On the off chance that you need to message your companions on your PC without the diversion of your News Feed, have a go at pulling up Messenger straightforwardly onto your PC. Simply go to Messenger.com and sign in to your Facebook account. You can likewise get to a discussion specifically by going to Messenger.com/and including your companion’s Facebook username toward the end.

2. Send and demand cashrequest money

Facebook has been enabling clients to send and get cash for as far back as a couple of years. Much like Venmo, Messenger gives you a chance to interface your Visa to the application, and send cash to your companions, and demand cash from them also.

To utilize it, connect your check card by going to Profile > Payments > Add New Debit Card. To send and ask for, enter a talk with the companion hit the in addition to signing on the base left corner, select Payments, and enter the important sum

3. Include companions immediately with your profile codeadd frnd

To pull it up, tap your profile’s symbol in the upper left corner of the application, at that point tap the extensive profile picture in the focal point of your screen. Press My Code to show your own particular code, and Scan Code to filter somebody else’s.

4. Play recreationsplay game

Facebook has a lineup of truly addicting recreations from client top picks Words with Friends and 2048 to works of art like Pacman and Snake — which can all be played ideal in Messenger.

5. Chat with botschat bots

Tap Discover in the base right corner, and begin a discussion with the bot that strikes your favor.

6. Mystery Conversationsconversation


You can begin scrambled discussions in Facebook delivery person that no one outside of them can see — not even the legislature or Facebook itself. They utilize end-to-end encryption similar to that of Facebook’s Whatsapp.

7. Modify your discussionscustomize


Facebook has various approaches to make your discussions with your companions your own. Open a gathering talk and tap its name to open customization choices.

8. Offer news, formulas, eateries, flights, and that’s just the beginningshare news


With Messenger’s lineup of incorporated outsider applications, you can send your companions some truly cool stuff in only a single tick.

9. Scribble Chatshare news


Scrawl Chat transforms your messages into fun 3D activity. There are presently 42 movement choices, and they’re all cute.

10. Send a sound recordingrecording

A sound chronicle is a simple approach to share a melody you’re tuning in to, or send a fun birthday welcoming.

To begin an account, open a discussion and press and hold the mouthpiece catch to one side of the content box. Drag up to drop the chronicle, and let go of the symbol to end and send.

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You get some Russian propaganda!

Energizing news for Facebook clients. Sooner rather than later, the informal organization will uncover what Russian publicity clients were presented to amid the 2016 presidential decision.

A rundown of Facebook Pages or Instagram records will show up in another online entry inside Facebook’s Help Center and will be accessible to all clients before the year’s over, Facebook reported in a blog entry Wednesday.

Exciting data for Fb clients. Inside the near future, the social group will uncover what Russian promulgation clients had been revealed to over the span of the 2016 presidential decision.

A posting of Fb Pages or Instagram records will appear in a shiny new online entrance inside Fb’s Assist Middle and can be out there to all clients by the highest point of the year, Fb presented in a weblog distribute Wednesday.

Together just about 150 million Facebook and Instagram clients may have had bits of Russian disinformation content – both paid promotions and free posts – achieve their records, the organization has stated, however, it likewise has said there is no real way to know what number of really observed that substance.

On Wednesday, Facebook reported another entrance that gives clients a chance to see which Internet Research Agency-connected Facebook pages or Instagram account they preferred or took after between January 2015 and August 2017, when the pages were closed down.

Facebook’s new device will be restricted in its usefulness, just indicating you whether you’ve loved or taken after the records being referred to, implying that you won’t have the capacity to perceive whether you really observed or shared posts from those pages unless you physically made sense of it from memory.

The uncover is each of the piece of Facebook’s endeavor to compensate for enabling Russian trolls to meddle with the race. Records connected to the Internet Research Agency (IRA) made presents to control voters amid the 2016 decision and achieved more than 150 million individuals. For instance, Russians made Facebook occasions for arouses around ace Trump approaches like against movement. One promotion portrayed Hillary Clinton as the demon boxing Jesus.

Not long after the decision a year ago, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made light of the essentialness of the issue, alluding to his stage controlling the race as a “truly insane thought.” Since at that point, his organization has needed to approach with humiliating subtle elements on its phony news issue and the monstrous number of clients Russian purposeful publicity came to.

U.S. administrators have encouraged Facebook to be more straightforward about its part and to make a prompt move to keep decision impedance from happening once more. Delegates from Facebook alongside Google and Twitter affirmed on the trial not long ago.


Tragically, Facebook isn’t unveiling what correct promotions and different posts clients saw. They’re just posting accounts they took after from January 2015 to August 2017 that were fixing to the IRA. In any case, it’s a stage toward straightforwardness.

California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff, who is the Ranking Member of the House Intelligence Committee, called Facebook’s turn an “exceptionally positive advance”. An up and coming apparatus will demonstrate those clients on the off chance that they’ve enjoyed one of these pages or a comparative Instagram account.

USA legislators before the end of last month lashed out at officials from Facebook, Twitter, and Google over what they called an inability to counteract misuse of their systems by Russian agents amid the presidential battle. It won’t work for clients who saw posts from the records on their bolster in light of the fact that a companion preferred them or who saw them by means of paid ads.

“It is vital that individuals see how outside performers endeavored to sow division and doubt utilizing Facebook prior and then afterward the 2016 US decision,” Facebook wrote in a blog entry.

In any event, it’s something the organization is doing themselves to alter the issue as opposed to depending on others to settle it.

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Facebook has recently declared that it is “associating” Messenger Day with its Stories include. Posts in both of Facebook or Messenger will show up in the two applications, while survey will be adjusted so clients won’t be exhausted with seeing an as of now saw Story.


“Beginning today, we are presenting another experience called Stories, interfacing Messenger Day and Facebook Stories. Any photographs or recordings you add to your Stories will show up on both Facebook and Messenger and will be imparted to a similar gathering of people crosswise over both. We got notification from individuals that they would frequently share on Facebook or Messenger, spare the photograph or video, and after that post to the next. Presently, it’s speedier and less demanding to catch and offer minutes as they occur with the general population you think about most!” Facebook said on Monday.

It has turned into a custom for Facebook to rejig things every so often, and this one didn’t come as a shock to me. It has a long history of cloning some of Snapchat’s highlights, as well as putting a turn on them and improving them look even. Connecting the Messenger Day include with Stories as indicated by the organization’s Product Manager Connor Hayes who talked in a meeting with TechCrunch’s Josh Constine, is to make it less demanding for clients to impart their Stories to ease:

“We expected to make it less demanding for individuals to share Stories crosswise over various applications. A few people really thought these encounters were at that point associated. We feel like it would bode well.”

A certain something, however, while Facebook will concentrate on AR veils and impacts, its sister application Messenger, will concentrate on including subtitles and adapted content welcoming companions to hang out.

In the interim, Facebook is additionally disposing of its Facebook Direct element for private fleeting informing and rather will course all Stories answers and Facebook Camera messages through Messenger. For the time being, that implies there’s never again a vanishing informing choice on Facebook, as Direct used to erase photographs and recordings after they were viewed and the discussion around them had ceased to exist.


Facebook is rolling out the improvement in the wake of doing research on clients. “They lean toward Story answers to arrive inside Messenger,” says Messenger item supervisor Paulina Bozek.

Stories coming to Facebook Lite

Keep in mind Facebook Lite? The lighter rendition of the Facebook application intended for individuals in creating a world is getting its own particular form of Stories. Before long, everybody utilizing the lighter adaptation of the application will have the capacity to post their stories.

In 2015, Facebook presented the drop-down rendition of the application for Android with less information use that works advantageously crosswise over different system conditions.

Lite targets creating and underdeveloped nations, all the more particularly, the ones with bringing down transmission capacity that lone make Facebook for Android excess. Notwithstanding being a drop-down form, you get the chance to encounter the center highlights of Facebook, including News Feed, warnings, announcements, photographs, and substantially more.

In other Facebook news, the online networking behemoth is collaborating with a little Australian Government organization, eSafety to convey a conclusion to the sharing of bare pictures on its stage and additionally its auxiliary organizations without the assent of the proprietor.

As per the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the online networking monster is chipping away at a pilot test for a bigger program its expectations will be stretched out to different nations.

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Facebook is thinking locally about its most recent application.

The informal organization is rebranding its independent occasions center point application to likewise incorporate postings for eateries, stimulation, and different organizations inside the general region of a client.

Alongside solicitations to occasions and postings of close-by happenings, clients will now observe business suggestions from companions, accessible maps, and a rundown of any Facebook associations who happen to be in the territory.

“The new application, Facebook Local, encourages you effortlessly find what to do, where to go, where to eat, or what you require—all prescribed by the general population you know and trust,” Facebook item administrator Aditya Koolwal said in an announcement.Facebook

The new application includes a straightforward place to scan for no particular reason activities, all made conceivable by Facebook’s database of 70 million business pages notwithstanding Facebook audits and area sharing by means of companions’ checkins.

TechCrunch shared today that the application’s item director, Aditya Koolwal said the exertion was intended to “make it a considerable measure simpler to do certain sort of looks ups that are extremely regular when making arrangements with companions.”

The extended application is a piece of an offer to sign more territorial independent ventures onto the site. The organization additionally reported a 30-city cross-country visit this week to tout the advantages of the stage to nearby proprietors.

A major piece of this push includes cutting out a greater nearness in the disconnected exercises of Facebook clients. With the dominant part of Facebook’s movement now on versatile, information of where Facebook clients are and how they invest their energy is particularly vital when pitching compelling promotions to little physical organizations.

Regardless of the possibility that you don’t utilize the independent Facebook Local application, despite everything you’ll profit. Koolwal discloses to me Facebook and Local offer a similar code, so when it enhances something like the capacity to look for ‘cappuccino’ not simply ‘bistros’, those “upgrades reflect back to Facebook quickly.”


On the off chance that Facebook really advances the Facebook Local application, it could turn into a genuine other option to Yelp or Foursquare, utilizing both Facebook’s extensive variety of neighborhood business information with your social chart and client produced content like photographs and surveys. That thusly could persuade organizations to put more in their Facebook Pages, transform all their disconnected happenings into Facebook Events, and look for more social substance from their clients.

Past endeavors to better incorporate Facebook into the physical world have included virtual arrangement cards at hair salons or auto repair shops, a component to request adjacent eatery proposals from companions, and more client benefit capacities.

Facebook subtle elements four key ways that the Local App can be helpful:

  • See what you have coming up and the most recent of your companions
  • Find new activities at this moment, this end of the week or for an up and coming excursion
  • Investigate occasions, spots and activities close you, wherever you are
  • Check your logbook to perceive what you have coming up

The application likewise conveys these progressions contrasted with the past Events adaptation:

  • Capacity to scan for occasions, spots and exercises adjacent or in another city or neighborhood.
  • Peruse auspicious Guides to discover occasions, spots, and activities by class.
  • See occasion solicitations you haven’t reacted to at the highest point of your date-book.

Facebook first spun its occasions center point into a different application somewhat more than a year back. Dissimilar to its Messenger application, the organization never expected you to download it so as to keep the usefulness. The independent was outfitted more towards productive clients who feel like it encourages them to remain sorted out.

Facebook’s Yelp-like augmentations could help widen that interest.

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Lawmakers on Wednesday freely discharged a specimen of the 3,000 Facebook promotions bought by Kremlin-connected performers intended to sow political and social division in the U.S. Furthermore, meddle with the 2016 presidential decision.

The promotions demonstrated Russian performing artists focused on individuals on Facebook in light of interests, for example, weapon possession, and in addition to race, religion and political inclination. The advertisements were distributed on Wednesday after Facebook and Twitter for a considerable length of time declined calls by Congressional pioneers to make the Kremlin-connected promotions that kept running on their stages accessible to general society. The Silicon Valley organizations had said they trusted the choice to distribute the promotions ought to be controlled by the administration.

Huge numbers of the promotions unveiled Wednesday to show up went for making disarray and outrage among Facebook clients, empowering them at times to go to revitalizes with the help of or against a political reason and utilizing genuine news stories as a reason for assaults against political hopefuls.

One commercial referred to a genuine October 2016 news story — about a shooter’s fight with Boston cops — then utilized it to assault Democrat Hillary Clinton as “the fundamental hardliner against cops” and advance Trump as the competitor who can “guard the police against fear-based oppressors.” It got 761 ticks.

Around 34,000 Trump supporters have demonstrated a promotion requiring Clinton’s expulsion from the tally, referring to “dynastic progression of the Clinton family” as a rupture of center standards laid out by the Founding Fathers. Tapping on it took Facebook clients to an appeal to at WhiteHouse.gov. Another, seen by more than 15,000 individuals and getting nearly 1,300 ticks, compared Clinton with President Barack Obama’s “hostile to police and against protected purposeful publicity.”

The advertisements indicated Russian performers focused on individuals on Facebook in view of interests, for example, firearm possession, and by race, religion and political inclination. The advertisements were distributed after Facebook and Twitter for quite a long time declined calls by Congressional pioneers to make the Kremlin-connected promotions open.

Colin Stretch
Facebook General Counsel Colin Stretch testifies before a U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington on November.

One promotion by “Back the Badge,” for instance, was proposed to achieve the spouses of law requirement officers and was seen more than 1.3 million times. Another promotion by the Russia-sponsored assembles “Heart of Texas,” touted a claimed rally in May 2016 called “Stop Islamization of Texas.” Another page focusing on Donald Trump supporters posted around a hostile to Hillary Clinton rally in New York City.

Agents on the House Intelligence Committee likewise shared the names of the 2,752 Twitter accounts attached to the Kremlin-connected Internet Research Agency. The records frequently had names mirroring surely understood government officials and associations, for example, @_GeorgeSchultz_ and @TheTimesOfLondon.

The organized promotion battle, which demonstrated a nuanced comprehension of Facebook and its advertisement stage, concentrated particularly on unlawful movement, firearm proprietorship, dark political activism and the nearness of Muslims in a few groups. Facebook has said that in regards to 90% of the 3,000 advertisements, which kept running over an over two-year time span from 2015 to 2017, were “issue-based” and not concentrated on particular presidential competitors. Legislators, in a hearing on Wednesday on Russian interfering, portrayed the illicit political advertisements as one little bit of composed digital fighting by Russia.

A few Senators have guaranteed the promotions had no fidelity toward any one applicant. In any case, insight organizations finished up not long ago that President Vladimir Putin attempted to tilt the decision for President Donald Trump.

“This movement… will stand out forever as the best incognito action by Mother Russia,” Representative Will Hurd said in the hearing.

Facebook, Twitter, and Google affirmed in one Senate hearing on Tuesday and two Congressional hearings on Wednesday on the subject of Russian intruding by means of web-based social networking. Congresspersons in the Intelligence Committee upbraided the organizations for not responding genuinely and quickly enough to indications of Russian obstruction or to concerns shared by Congress.

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Russia-connected Facebook accounts came to upwards of 126 million clients, as indicated by an arranged declaration from General Counsel Colin Stretch. Extend’s exposure precedes a Congressional hearing on Russia’s utilization of Facebook and other web-based social networking stages amid the decision.

Facebook accounts connected to Russia had a far more noteworthy reach than what was beforehand known, achieving about a large portion of the U.S. populace.

In arranged comments, Stretch said the organization’s “best figure” was that upwards of 126 million individuals saw presents connected on Russia-upheld accounts, however, he endeavored to minimize the centrality of that number saying that it spoke to just a small amount of all News Feed posts.

Our best gauge is that roughly 126 million individuals may have been served one of their stories sooner or later amid the two-year time frame. This proportional around four-thousandths of one percent (0.004%) of substance in News Feed, or about 1 out of 23,000 bits of substance.

The interpersonal organization beforehand said Russia-purchased advertisements came to in regards to 10 million clients. However, it’s presently evident that “natural posts” connected to these records—that is non-paid presents distributed on singular records and pages—were considerably more powerful than the advertisements for which Facebook had beforehand experienced harsh criticism.

The most recent divulgences demonstrate that Facebook’s part in spreading deception connected to Russia was far more noteworthy than Facebook beforehand figured it out. President Mark Zuckerberg was strongly condemned for saying it was an “insane thought” that his organization could have assumed a part in affecting the decision — an announcement for which he later apologized.

“A large number of the promotions and posts we’ve seen so far are profoundly irritating — apparently expected to open up societal divisions and set gatherings of individuals against each other. They would be disputable regardless of the possibility that they originated from valid records in the United States. In any case, originating from remote on-screen characters utilizing counterfeit records they are basically unsuitable.”

Extend additionally uncovered out of the blue the degree that Russian gatherings utilized its photograph sharing administration Instagram. Instagram erased “around 170 records” that were in charge of no less than 120,000 posts on the application.

Extend noted Facebook is working with different organizations, including Google and Twitter, as a feature of its inward examination.

Google is additionally anticipated that would affirm before Congress this week about how Russia-upheld accounts utilized its stage, including YouTube, to impact the decision. Google so far has found about $5,000 in pursuit and show advertisements, 18 YouTube channels, and “various” Gmail accounts attached to Russian performers, Recode revealed Monday.

Twitter has not yet discharged its discoveries, in spite of the fact that the organization is additionally anticipated that would affirm this week.

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It might have taken Facebook a while, yet the organization is beginning to get up to speed with the 4K video front. As per a report at TechCrunch, Facebook is trying Ultra-High-Resolution video transfers that utilization the 2160p UHD-1 standard. The site likewise says that some Facebook pages and profiles can post and watch 4K recordings.

That might be sloooowly beginning to change as the informal community is at long last start to explore different avenues regarding 4K video transfers — over seven years after YouTube initially started testing 4K.

Up to this point, Facebook has just upheld 4K video for live 360 recordings — itself a moderately late advancement. Be that as it may, the interpersonal organization hasn’t upheld the arrangement for ordinary video transfers or livestreaming.

That may at long last be beginning to change: the organization is beginning to test 4K video bolster by giving a little gathering of profiles and pages the capacity to transfer 4K recordings at 2160p determination — an indistinguishable standard from 4K Ultra HD sets, as TechCrunch reports.

“YouTube is one of the biggest spots where purchasers invest energy and it’s likewise where the biggest advertisement stock untruths. So it’s unavoidable for sponsors to deal with YouTube,” said Channel Factory CEO Tony Chen.

“We’re concentrating more on shorter shape substance to begin” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on the present Q4 profit call, where he was over and over addressed about Facebook’s video procedure. One thing’s reasonable, Facebook will contribute intensely. “I consider video to be a super pattern,” said Zuckerberg.

Facebook will both pay video creators in advance and through advertisement income sharing to get their substance into its News Feed and video tab. In spite of reports that it’s been in chats with TV studios and is building a set-top TV box, Facebook isn’t going to instantly plunge into subsidizing a huge amount of TV shows and motion pictures. Zuckerberg noted, “Over the more drawn out term… individuals will try different things with longer types of video and a wide range of various things.” But snappy, snackable clasps are “the essential concentration for years to come.”


In the previous year, Facebook has been quickly infringing on YouTube’s turf as the place to get a BuzzFeed clasp or Star Wars review. In April, Facebook said it outperformed four billion day by day video sees as it keeps urging clients to implant recordings locally on its site. A month ago, Facebook’s promotion item lead Ted Zagat said “a year or two from now, we figure Facebook will be generally video.” Now, Facebook is trying new video-particular highlights, similar to the new video segment and immersive VR-like 360-degree video in the expectations of making moving pictures a significantly more noticeable piece of the Facebook encounter.

Facebook won’t state if or when it intends to extend the transfer support to more records, however the present test ought to be a promising sign to content makers regardless of the possibility that it’s coming substantially later than many would have loved.

Some portion of the postponement could be because of Facebook’s want to adjust its proceeded with interest in video and unique programming while at the same time keeping up the execution of its applications and site. Video, particularly 4K, is exorbitant and asset serious, and could back things off for some clients, especially those with slower associations.

In any case, the present tests proposes that Facebook is, in any event, making an endeavor to at long last bring its video into 2017.

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Facebook has subtly impelled the desktop use of its gathering joint exertion advantage Workplace, called Workplace Chat. It is the latest of Facebook’s moves to better battle with renowned organization Slack, which at show drives the market among huge business collaboration gadgets.

Working condition Chat is by and by open on Windows and macOS desktop stages. The Windows application, not in any way like the Web variation of Workplace, in like manner incorporates screen sharing limit like Hangouts and Slack, the association avowed to TechCrunch. Screen sharing empowers customers to share what is on their desktop, a segment that turns out to be valuable while displaying a slideshow inside a gathering, and to help get different people a gathering get the chance to speed with something.

TechCrunch has found that Facebook has stealthily propelled official desktop PC and Mac talk applications with screen sharing — two highlights clients have been asking for. At the present time, they’re accessible for Workplace, Facebook’s venture cooperation programming that contends with Slack and different business applications. In any case, clients would definitely appreciate if the buyer Messenger application got its own desktop application and screen sharing alternatives one day.

Working environment has more than 14,000 organizations on board paying $1 to $3 per client, and as of late joined Wal-Mart. Screensharing could enable Workplace to draw in more customers and disturb the awkward screen sharing of big business applications like Skype and WebEx. Unmistakably Facebook is applying its quick advancement style in an offer to vanquish workplaces with an across the board coordinated effort application while contenders just offer a bit of the baffle.

Facebook has discreetly propelled the desktop application of its group joint effort benefit Workplace, called Workplace Chat. It is the most recent of Facebook’s moves to better rival prominent administration Slack, which at display drives the market among big business joint effort devices.

The Windows application, not at all like the Web rendition of Workplace, likewise includes screen sharing capacity like Hangouts and Slack, the organization affirmed to TechCrunch. Screen sharing enables clients to share what is on their desktop, a component that proves to be useful while exhibiting a slideshow inside a group, and to help get other individuals a group get the opportunity to speed with something.

The desktop customer is still in beta, the organization stated, adding that it would tune in to the criticism to “enhance the item before a more extensive rollout.”

Working environment Chat is one of Facebook’s just bits of desktop programming other than its easygoing gaming stage Facebook Gameroom.

The association told the news outlet that openness on the desktop organize and the ability to grant screen to others have been the most requested features by Workplace customers. The desktop client is still in beta, the association expressed, including that it would tune in to the feedback to “upgrade the thing before a more broad rollout.”

Workplace Chat is one of Facebook’s only bits of desktop programming other than its accommodating gaming stage Facebook Gameroom.

Facebook’s Workplace rivals Slack, which as of late darted an imperative oversee Oracle, and Microsoft Teams, which beginning a month back was bring used by 125,000 affiliations. The association moreover starting late revealed that it was supplanting Skype for Business with Microsoft Teams. In relationship, Slack has more than six million step by step customers.

The social juggernaut has been compellingly stretching out the offering of Workplace to facilitate Slack’s features. Not very far in the past, Facebook revealed a correlative arrangement of Workplace to goad more customers.

Facebook blasts once again into desktop programming


Working environment Chat is one of Facebook’s just bits of desktop programming other than its easygoing gaming stage Facebook Gameroom. Facebook took a stab at offering a Messenger for Windows application in 2012 preceding closing it down in 2014. From that point forward, a few persuading yet counterfeit outsider desktop applications have multiplied. The Messenger group has been to a great extent concentrated on portable instead of desktop or even web highlights. Since it has 1.3 billion month to month clients, however, it could conceivably investigate desktop programming to continue developing.

Offer anything, even your screen

What’s absolutely new to Facebook is screen sharing. As Facebook develops from content towards visual correspondence, having the capacity to demonstrate individuals what you’re taking a gander at could be an essential supplement to video talk. While Slack just included screen partaking in May more than four years after dispatch, Workplace now has it not as much as a year after its presentation.


Building up this level of security for screen sharing is essential since that is one of the greatest worries of customers utilizing office programming made by Facebook. The reason Facebook does not straightforwardly coordinate your typical interpersonal organization profile with Workplace, selecting to keep them totally partitioned. Because a News Feed and texting are helpful for work doesn’t mean you need your manager perceiving how you mingle.


Working environment is outlined not only for conventional professional office representatives but rather to permit everybody in an organization through and through to impart. That is the reason extra access focuses are imperative. While most undertaking programming is thought of as terrible and badly designed, Workplace is flipping that thought all over.


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Facebook at Work announced Telenor, the Norwegian carrier, will join its list of collaborators. As Telenor joins the companies which will use Facebook at Work, the new product will enrich its market with 36K of employees. To this date, Telenor is the largest company to be announced to work with Facebook at Work.

Telenor and Facebook are joining their power

 Telenor’s CEO, Sigve Brekke, said their company was among the first to trial Facebook at Work, in the attempt to change internal communications. Brekke also said they picked Facebook at Work in front of other internal communication apps due to its familiarity: all the employees already know how to use it, both on mobile and on desktop. For the social media giant, this is a valuable opportunity: the company had been trying to expand its mobile reach lately and Telenor might be just the partner they were waiting for. Telenor owns carriers in many Asian developing countries and had been an early collaborator of Facebook on several projects.

Telenor is a powerful ally for Facebook, which is working on developing a strong sales department. The carrier already has one, along with a customer base and the know how, which is highly beneficial for Facebook, who would be able to expand their business on the sales field.

Asia is the most promising market for Facebook at Work

 Most companies which rushed to try Facebook at Work are located in Asia, where the social media giant is already very popular, especially among mobile users. Moreover, Facebook at Work’s rival, Slack has a low presence in Asia. Facebook at Work aims to reach both the desk workers and mobile workers.

However, there are couple of concerns with Asian market: Facebook had had some issues regarding its content and was banned by the government for inappropriate content. Telenor, on the other hand, was asked in the past to block the access to social media.

Facebook at Work will have to comply with the same rules and regulations, so if Telenor will be asked to shut down the app, they will most certainly comply. The bright side of this is these cases were rare and carriers always have a backup option when it comes to internal communication – Telenor is no exception. If Facebook at Work will be banned, they will definitely turn to a second solution.

 New features for Facebook, on and off work

 Until now Facebook at Work was offered free for businesses, but this will soon change after the beta release, which is scheduled later in 2016. Applying charges for Facebook at Work will allow the company to add more services and features to the product.

It’s not clear how the product will be charged, but most likely, users will be charged for integration with apps. Facebook is already discussing with Quip, Dropbox and Box, so we might see multiple integration options for Facebook at Work really soon.



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Latest Facebook News - From January 2015, Facebook to ensure brands pay for posts

“Typically, smaller ecommerce players and startups were depending heavily on organic and unpaid posts and this move will affect them,” says Rajesh Bhatia, senior vice-president, digital strategy for Cheil India, a social media agency that manages the presence of companies such as Samsung and Dettol.

This change will push brands to create much more engaging content rather than marketing on social media. It may not change their budgets or ad spends for Facebook but increase the amount of time employed in production and creation to create viral content. JW Marriott in Mumbai will advertise on Facebook but it can’t ignore its 60,000 followers on the site.

“We create content around quizzes to engage fans but now that promoted posts will become the only way to reach out, we will have no choice but to embrace the change and re-strategise the way we push content,” says Pracheta Morarji, marketing communications manager at the hotel. There are still some questions over the policy change.

“Companies have spent lakhs acquiring fans organically. Ads on social media are not as absorbent as traditional media and by blocking naturally pushed posts, it is questioning fundamentals of social media by prohibiting brands from connecting with people,” says Anusha Shetty, CEO of social agency Autumn Worldwide.



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