Facebook is getting a new way for users to consume content from friends, favorites, pages and groups – a chronologically-ordered Feed tab. Mark Zuckerberg posted a short demo of the feature on Thursday, says it’s one of the most requested features on Facebook.
“One of the most requested features of Facebook is to make sure people don’t miss out on friends’ posts. That’s why today we’re launching a Feed tab where you can see posts from your friends, groups, pages and more individually in chronological order. The app still opens a personalized feed in the Home tab, where our discovery engine recommends the content we think you’ll find most important. But the Feeds tab gives you a way to further customize and manage your experience.” Zuckerberg posted on Facebook.
In addition, people can create a favorites list in the Feeds tab, consisting of friends, pages, and groups, to get to their favorite content faster and easier. This change is similar to what meta has done with Instagram – the company announced a chronological feedback loop in January and rolled out the feature a few weeks later.