Facebook definitely wants to be more than just a place where you connect with your friends and family. We’ve seen the company explore various new features and services, and earlier this year there was a report that Facebook was testing out a new “Explore Feed” feature which as its name suggests, lets users find new posts that Facebook thinks they might be interested in.
At that time it was unclear as to how widespread the testing was, but in a report from TechCrunch, Facebook has confirmed to the publication that they have started to roll out the feature to its users. You will be able to find the Explore Feed feature also on the desktop version of Facebook at the side where it’s called “Explore Feed”.
Like we said, the feature basically lets users discover posts that they might be interested in, similar to the Explore tab on Instagram that shows users posts based on posts that they might have liked in the past, and also based on the people that they follow. So if you’re bored and you’re looking for new content, then the Explore Feed feature could be worth checking out. If you don’t see it on your Facebook yet, not to worry as it should eventually be enabled for you.
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