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Facebook’s Eddie O’Neil takes over Platform as Deb Liu grows Marketplace

September 14, 2017 No comments yet

 There’s a new czar running Facebook’s developer platform tools. Because Facebook’s classifieds feature Marketplace is growing, it will now command the full attention of Deb Liu, who previously ran Platform. She’s now formally the VP of Marketplace. Eddie O’Neil, who was a director of product management after coming from Salesforce engineering, will be the new […]

Facebook’s new Watch video hub rolls out to U.S. users

August 31, 2017 No comments yet

 Facebook’s latest push into video is now live. On Thursday, the new Watch tab popped up for U.S. users as the feature begins its proper roll-out. The Watch tab sits in some premium Facebook real estate, just under the News Feed and Messenger buttons on the main desktop navigation menu. On mobile, the feature hangs out […]

Facebook’s Andrew Bosworth is taking over the company’s consumer hardware efforts

August 27, 2017 No comments yet

 Veteran Facebook exec Andrew “Boz” Bosworth is taking over consumer hardware efforts at the company, including projects under groups like Building 8 and Oculus. The announcement was made internally by Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer, Business Insider reports. A Facebook spokesperson confirmed the appointment to TechCrunch. Read More Social – TechCrunch

Facebook’s Safety Check feature gets its own dedicated button, can be accessed anytime

August 21, 2017 No comments yet

 Facebook is giving its “Safety Check” feature a permanent home in its app and on the desktop, the company announced today. The feature, which lets you check to see whether friends and family are safe following a crisis, will now have its own dedicated button in the app’s navigation menu and will be available via […]

Now it’s Snapchat copying Facebook’s ads Power Editor

August 5, 2017 No comments yet

 Snap Inc desperately needs ad revenue to redirect its sinking share price. So after a year of getting mercilessly copied by Facebook, Snapchat is returning the favor by launching its take on the Facebook ads Power Editor. This new “Advanced Mode” for its Snapchat Ads Manager lets big advertisers rapidly deploy complex ad campaigns with […]

Facebook’s Instant Articles restore subscription options they previously stripped

July 31, 2017 No comments yet

 Facebook has announced that news sites which rely on paid subscriptions, limiting readers to a certain number of articles per week, will now be able to do so through Instant Articles. The company has spent the last two years promoting these Facebook-hosted versions of articles, which unfortunately lacked this rather critical ability. Google’s AMP and […]

Facebook’s Messenger ads are bad and must be destroyed

July 17, 2017 No comments yet

 When Facebook removed messages from the main app, I swore I would never download Messenger. That’s been a pretty easy promise to keep, especially since they introduced the idea of huge ads that take up half your screen while you try to use the service. Today Facebook redesigned them as part of a larger rollout […]

Facebook’s new “Explore Feed” makes its way to the app’s main navigation

July 16, 2017 No comments yet

 Earlier this year, Facebook was spotted testing a new type of News Feed – one that designed to help you discover content across the social network, beyond posts from friends and Pages you already follow. During tests, the feed was available through the Facebook app underneath a “rocket ship” icon – something that seemed to […]

Facebook’s Safety Check will integrate fundraisers, among other upgrades

June 18, 2017 No comments yet

 Facebook today announced a series of improvements for its Safety Check feature – the service that allows Facebook users to communicate about their safety to friends and family during a crisis. Most notably, people will now have the option to start fundraisers from within Safety Check, in order to immediately translate concern for victims of […]

Facebook’s Safety Check is a stress-inducing flip of social norms

June 17, 2017 No comments yet

 Facebook’s Safety Check feature was activated today, following news that a fire had engulfed a 24-storey block of flats in West London, with reports of several fatalities. Clearly this is a tragedy. But should Facebook be reacting by sending push alerts — including to users who are miles away from incident in question? Read More […]


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