Test Facebook (FB) New Feature now live

Facebook Inc (NASDAQ FB) is currently testing the self-destructing Facebook post, a feature that allows users to schedule the deletion of their messages on Facebook iOS app. Facebook confirmed that it is running a small pilot on a feature on Facebook for iOS that allows users to schedule the deletion of their messages in advance.

The social network giant released the new feature to a small group of users on Facebook iOS app. Some users noticed the availability of the self-destructing post on their mobile devices. In fact, some of the users tweeted and asked if Facebook added a new post-expiration option.

Facebook Inc (NASDAQ FB) confirmed that it was conducting an experiment on self-destructing post. A spokesperson for the social network giant said, “We’re running a small pilot of a feature on Facebook for iOS that lets people schedule deletion of their posts in advance.” With the new feature, users have the option to keep their Facebook post for one hour or one week. After that, the post will be deleted automatically.

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Facebook Inc (NASDAQ FB) normally rolls out new features to a small number of users to obtain feedback and evaluate whether it will become popular or not. In June, the social network giant introduced Slingshot, a new app similar to Snapchat, and it is intended to attract the interest of young people.

At the time of the launching of Slingshot, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ FB) stated that its objective with the app is to “build something where everybody is a creator, and nobody is just a spectator.” According to the social network giant, “When everyone participates, there’s less pressure, more creativity and even the little things in life can turn into awesome shared experiences. This is what Slingshot is all about.”

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Facebook Inc (NASDAQ FB) recently updated Slingshot with new features such as the Reactions to Reactions, which allows users to post a reply or reaction to a reaction using an image, video or text.

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