This new feature seems especially useful at the end of the year when lists are everywhere.
Lists encourage users to share more and generate interactions with friends, something that was lost to a certain degree over the years, due to the explosion of other content on Facebook.
At the time of this article the new list feature is only available on Android powered devices, for users of the iPhone they able to view other lists but can not make their own any yet.
The company's new Lists feature will appear as an option on the status update bar.
Similar to how users create other status updates, they will be able to create custom lists with colored backgrounds and emojis.More news: Batla House terrorist nabbed after 10 years
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Facebook has introduced a new feature that will allow users to make a list of various things and add it to their story.
To encourage constructive conversations, Facebook makes it easy for friends to copy each other's lists and offer their own opinions on the rankings via the comments section. But one problem with that strategy is that people have been posting less personal content over the years. According to a report from eMarketer this week, Facebook lost approximately 2.8 million U.S. users under 25 in 2017, and will lose around 2.1 million more this year. Not only has the number of personal posts dramatically declined over the years, Facebook's younger userbase which is frequent in such updates has also declined. In fact, personal updates have declined over time, and Facebook wants them back. " box. At the bottom of the screen, you will see the usual options, like Photo/Video, Tag Friends, Check In, Go Live, etc".
The rollout of this new feature may only annoy people because users will flood the News Feed with annoying updates. Unlike many online publications, we don't have a paywall or run banner advertising, because we want to keep our journalism open, without influence or the need to chase traffic.