This special section is being removed from Facebook

This special section is being removed from Facebook

Facebook is removing its news section ‘trending’ from its page. The company launched this section four years ago. The company said that these tools were not very special and that it was outdated, due to which we are removing it. Apart from this, due to the trending section, the company was facing many problems, including the limitations of Artificial Intelligence in the management of people of Fake News, political balance and poor mentality.

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Facebook-Hd-worldtoptrend Fb

The company started the trending feature in 2014. The list of Headlines was visible next to the main news feed. Clearly, the company started this section to draw its users to Twitter. According to the information, with the end of the trending feature, Facebook is now testing new features including breaking news.

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Facebook-people-worldtoptrend-USA

Facebook wants to give top priority to local news. Head of Facebook’s news product Alex Hardin said that the company is still committed to breaking and real time news.

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Smartphone-facebook-worldtoptrend

Facebook’s News Product Head, Alex Hardiman said that the way people use mobile to know news and the way the trend of news video is growing, we are working on such innovative ways, so that people can talk about breaking news. Stay informed. At the same time, we will also take special care of dependable content and quality sources. He said that Facebook has been working closely with 80 publishers for ‘breaking news’ indicator in the news feed post, which includes countries such as India, Australia and Europe.

Seeing on Facebook, a message has been released just below the trending news, which says that in the coming times, we are removing the ‘Trading’ section soon to improve News Experience.

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