Facebook is changing your privacy settings by the end of the year. Here's what your new privacy options will look like.
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Facebook announced revamped privacy and sharing settings for all users Wednesday morning. The changes will be rolled out from now through the end of the year, but the company shared a sneak peek of the new menu options.
Facebook updated its WordPress plugin this week to offer more stability and options for customization.
The Facebook for WordPress plugin lets users cross-post WordPress content to their Timeline and to Facebook pages they manage, streamlining the process of sharing new blog posts or articles on Facebook while still offering publishers ways to customize what they post. For example, some sites publish through WordPress, but then manually copy-paste their links into Facebook or another social publishing platform. Others automate sharing to Facebook, but eliminate the option to share a custom message along with the link. The plugin makes it so that publishers don’t have to choose between two unideal options.
Facebook is rolling out a new feature for users to opt in to receive notifications every time a page makes a post.
This seems to be a solution for fans who don’t want to miss any page posts that might not make it into their News Feed because of Facebook’s algorithms. For example, some users might want to be aware of all posts from a news publication, an artist they really like or a small business that doesn’t post very often. The feature is similar to the “close friends” option, which alerts users each time a new update or photo is shared by someone on the list.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the social network is already handling a billion search queries per day, and that it is interested in launching a social search engine powered by the activity of its users — something that could turn out to be Google’s worst nightmare.
“Search engines are really evolving towards giving you a set of answers… like, I have a specific question, answer this question for me. And when you think about it from that perspective, Facebook is pretty uniquely positioned to answer a lot of the questions that people have. That’s one obvious thing that would be interesting for us to do in the future.”
You can now use the Share button on News Feed stories from your phone whether you're using the Facebook for Android app, the Facebook for iPhone and iPad app, or the Facebook mobile web site. This gives people a fast way to share stories with friends from their mobile phones, just as they can from their computers.
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