Facebook Adds News Feed Sorting Options

In recent Facebook news, the company plans to make its News Feed sorting options accessible to more users. Should you have access to this new feature, you will see three different feed options available via your main feed. You will see these three different News Feed options at the top of your page, and also […]

Facebook Adds Netflix, Zoom, & More on Portal!

Facebook has recently announced new additions to their Portal smart home device. These include Netflix, Zoom, and AR storytelling options for kids!   Netflix on Portal: Portal can be connected to your home TV, and while Portal TV already offered a range of streaming services such as: Amazon Prime Video, SHOWTIME and SLING TV, Portal […]

Facebook Adds New Spooky Features to Messenger

Halloween is going to be a bit different this year due to stay-at-home orders. However, Facebook has got you covered. The company has recently revealed new Halloween features for Messenger!   These include spooky AR filters:     360 Backgrounds:   And Halloween Stickers:     Although AR filters and 360 backgrounds have been available […]

Facebook Starts to Integrate Instagram Direct & Messenger

Facebook has announced it’s plans for new cross-messaging functionality which will integrate Messenger and Instagram Direct. The company states having so many messaging options can be confusing for users as some users find it difficult to find certain conversation threads. Therefore, Facebook wants to make the user experience even more seamless and convenient by brining […]

Facebook’s Best Practices for Video Creators

Video content is performing better than other post types on Facebook right now. In fact, Facebook states, “Since launching Live video on Facebook, users have made over 8.5 billion broadcasts and Live viewers increased in the U.S. by 50%, just during February and March 2020″ (SocialMediaToday). That being said, if you post videos on Facebook, you […]