If you’re still wondering why Facebook split up its Messenger service from its main app, here’s why. At the company’s F8 event, Mark Zuckerberg took the curtains off its Messenger Platform to give you a better experience on Facebook Messenger. You can now install apps on Messenger and soon, you might even be able to […]
Looking back at old photos and posts you’ve shared on Facebook will be getting a whole lot easier. Facebook just rolled out a new “On This Day” tool, a new way to look back on things you’ve shared and posts you’ve been tagged in on the social network.
Facebook Messenger has introduced a new feature where it lets you send money to your friends – not kidding. The company’s new payment feature was introduced to enhance the features of the messenger, letting Facebook users easily transfer money with their debit cards.
Facebook has traditionally been rather unclear about what is allowed on its social media site, much to the annoyance of many individuals. However, that now change with the introduction of Community Standards; which sets out guidelines for what content can be posted and shared.
If you run a Facebook Page, then here’s something you’ll need to know. Facebook wants to “make page likes more meaningful”, hence they’re going to change the way Page likes are counted and it might result in a drop of likes on your page.
Twitter employees have been threatened by supporters of the Islamic State for banning accounts belonging to the terrorist group. The threat, which appeared on JustPast.it; a site that allows documents to be uploaded to the internet anonymously. It has also singled out Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey as the main culprit for the bans.
Microsoft has been informing users that Google and Facebook chat options will no longer be available on Outlook.com. Google has decided to drop the chat protocol used in Google Talk, which has lead to the platform being no longer compatible with the messenger function on Outlook. All this means is that the Outlook.com chat function […]
As it turns out, “millions” of Facebook users were not aware that they are using the Internet to access the service. Apparently, to them, the Internet did not exist, and Facebook is viewed independently of it. If this sounds ridiculous, you’d be surprised at the other misconceptions that these people have.
Facebook is implementing “legacy contacts”; people who are designated to take over a particular account in the event the owner passes away. The social media company had originally balked at the idea of allowing accounts to be taken over and simply froze the profile. A situation that often had unintended results.
[Update: It Wasn’t Lizard Squad] Facebook and Instagram Are Down Right Now: Please, Keep Calm Everyone
[Update 2 @ 8:13pm] Facebook has revealed the reason behind the outage on Facebook and Instagram earlier today. [Update @ 3:10pm] Facebook is back up. It is a little slow on our end, but at least the site is working again. Just moments ago, it seems like two of the biggest social sites in the world, […]
Facebook recently quietly launched a new app called Facebook Lite, targeted at selected countries in Asia. As its name suggests, it’s a lighter version of the company’s main app developed for low-end Android devices in emerging market.
Facebook is now testing a feature on its Messenger app that can automatically transcribe audio clips you send and receive. Available for selected Facebook Messenger accounts, the new feature will send the audio clip out along with a transcribed text right below.
Sick and tired of seeing the phrase “It’s been a great year, thanks for being a part of it” on your Facebook Newsfeed? Unfortunately, for some, it’s more than just annoying to have the same phrase followed by a similar image taking over half of your Newsfeed. For certain people, the “Year in Review” video […]
While Facebook claims that privacy is its utmost importance when it comes to protecting its users, it is now being sued for secretly scanning private messages sent between its users in order to deliver targeted advertising. The class-action lawsuit is demanding US$10,000 (about RM34,890) from Facebook
You know how annoying it is when you want to play a video online, and you’re forced to watch an ad first, at least for the first few seconds? Well, Facebook wants to change the way things work, which is why the social network is testing out ads that plays after you finish watching a […]
Good news to fans of Facebook stickers, the social network recently released a new app that allows you to use them on your photos. Called “Stickered by Facebook”, the app is filled with Facebook stickers whereby you can take and paste all over your pictures and when you’re done, you can send them over to […]
Nobody likes to look at photos that are poorly lit and requires you to squint just to see things clearly. Facebook has just given its iOS app an update that can automatically enhance a photo before you share it.
Last week, Facebook tweaked its Graph Search to make it a lot easier to search for old posts, but there was also an unmentioned change – it is no longer showing web search results that were previously powered by Microsoft Bing.
Like it or not, Facebook is possibly one of the most used service by everyone around the world. Whatever topics and stories that goes on will definitely pop up in Facebook, and sometimes, you’ll even see the breaking news on the social network even before it hits official news portals. Facebook recently posted up its […]
Always wanted to find that old photo that you or your friends have shared many years back, but it’s such a hassle to scroll through thousands of photos just to locate one? Well, Facebook has just updated its Graph Search, making it a whole lot easier to stalk find things that your friends posted before. […]