Facebook,( NASDAQ: FB), has now introduced a new feature called ‘save button’ which allows its users to save the links, locations, check-ins and anything appearing on their timeline appearing on their news feed. Everyday users come across hundreds of interesting posts, which they may want to save it for viewing later. This new button will allow the social networking giant’s users to save the content appearing on their timeline for later.

Facebook in a blog post said, “Everyday, people find all sorts of interesting items on Facebook that they don’t have time to explore right away. Now you can save items that you find on Facebook to check out later when you have more time. You can save items like links, places, movies, TV and music. Only you can see the items you save unless you choose to share them with friends.”
The saved items can be then accessed by going in the “More” tab in your mobile phone app, whereas for web it can be accessed by clicking the link in the left side of the Facebook. Facebook will not only save the content for you but will also give reminders about it.

The service, however, is still not available, but the social networking giant has promised to launch in the coming few days. This new feature from Facebook is unarguably one of the greatest feature company has ever launched, but it also allows Facebook to know more about their users and their activities. It will allow Facebook to target its users with specific ads which suit their interest.

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