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Facebook may combine your News Feed and Stories into one carousel

Facebook may combine your News Feed and Stories into one carousel

April 15th, 2019|Tags: , , , , , |

On Monday April 15, 2019, Engadget wrote:
The change would place News Feed and Stories content side by side.

While this would be a pretty radical change, it isn't completely surprising given how much focus Facebook has place on Stories.Last year, Facebook's chief product officer Chris Cox said the Stories format was on track to surpass feeds as the primary way people share things.This could certainly speed up that transition, and there's a good chance it'll happen, whether users believe they want it or not.

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