Facebook Lets Users Save Items For Reading Later


Facebook has launched a new feature that lets users save items they find on Facebook, for later. Yes, like, Pocket. The feature, aptly called Save, is however for links, places, movies, TV and music, on Facebook only.

By default, the items on Save are private, unless the user chooses to share them with friends. The saved items list is organized by category, and can be archived. Facebook says it will also show reminders of users’ saved items in their news feed, as well as links to articles saved. Save will be available on iOS, Android and the web over the next few days.

How to use Facebook Save?

 How to save something on Facebook? To save something you see on Facebook (links, places, music, books, movies and TV shows), find the thing you want to save, from News Feed, and click Save. If you are on a Page, click on the ellipsis and then select Save. 

How  to view something I saved on Facebook? When you save things on Facebook, they’ll appear in your Saved Items that only you can see. To view the things you’ve saved,  from your homepage, click Saved in the left column, click a saved category at the top or click All to see everything you’ve saved.

How to share something I saved on Facebook? You can click items you have saved (see above to see where you can find them) to share it with your friends.

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