Facebook’s News Feed includes posts from friends and businesses. It is the first thing that users log in via a mobile app or the website.
Mark Zuckerberg-led company ran global tests for more specific user feedback regarding their preference, Facebook said in a blog post.
Facebook will also focus on the posts with multiple angry reactions and seek user opinions regarding content that is not preferred.
Users have asked for more control over their feed, lesser political and more encouraging content, based on Facebook’s former disclosure.
Last month Facebook launched new feed control features to tackle inappropriate content.
Price action: FB shares traded higher by 0.19% at $302.05 on the last check Thursday.
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