As seen in screenshots that were tweeted on Friday morning, Facebook is exploring different paths regarding another design on the mobile app that highlights numerous news segments, with themes, for example, World and U.S., Sports and Food. Be that as it may, the essential area is still the great news feed we’re used to seeing.
Facebook affirmed to Mashable that it’s trying the new, segmented news feed, nevertheless with the present configuration, however, it’s vague if the element will ever get an official dispatch. While the element being tried isn’t completely new — we’ve seen a few variants of point centered encourages in the past on iOS — the arrangement uncovered in the most recent Android-based screenshots haven’t exactly been seen some time recently.
“People have told us they’d like options to see more stories on Facebook around specific topics they’re interested in,” a Facebook spokesperson said via email. “So we have been testing a few feeds for people to view more and different stories from people and Pages based on topic areas.”
The areas show up at the base of the screen, available by tapping or swiping left or right. In the wake of tapping one of the areas, for example, World and U.S. News, the news sustain upgrades to news articles that are identified with the subject.
In principle, this news viewer style approach takes clients to the greater part of the news they think about, housed in one gigantic center. It would likewise absolutely urge clients to get more news from Facebook instead of different sources like Twitter or Google News.
“There’s a lot more content now with multiple feeds, instead of one,” Tom Critchlow, a marketing consultant who posted images of the revamped feed to Twitter, told Mashable.