There is a new Feed tab on Facebook. You can access the most current posts from your friends, faves, pages, and groups via the Feed tab. Along with that, the first tab you see when you launch the app is now called Home.
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has declared that
We’re introducing a Feeds tab where you can view postings independently and in chronological order from your friends, groups, pages, and more. On the Home tab, the app will still open to a tailored feed where our discovery engine will suggest the articles we believe you’ll find most interesting. However, the Feeds tab will give you a method to further personalise and manage your experience.
You can view reels, stories, and other stuff through recommendations on the Home tab. This tab has evolved into a sort of discovery tool that enables consumers to interact with fresh content producers. To deliver suggested material, the home tab will be based on artificial intelligence (AI).
Speaking of feeds, you can access the most recent posts made by the communities, groups, and people with whom you are already linked. The absence of recommendations and advertisements in the feed page is intriguing. You may sort the material using various filters as well. You can use these criteria to find the most recent information from your favourite pages, groups, and friends.
The shortcut bar will display the feed tab. The shortcut bar is located at the bottom of the programme on iOS, however it will be at the top of the app on Android. You can change the order of the tabs in the shortcut bar by pinning the tabs, which will arrange them in the order you use them the most.
You can remain current with the latest features by following feeds, and you can use Home to connect with new individuals and communities. These most recent improvements are anticipated to start becoming available worldwide the following week.