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Facebook Launches Save Feature Allowing Users To Bookmark Links And Other Items

Facebook Save Reminders The feature provides a Buy button for Facebook advertisements and for posts that businesses share on their official pages. For now, Facebook is testing the feature with only a few businesses, one of which is a watch company called Modify Watches, according to CNN Money . But, if all goes well, there are 30 million small businesses with Facebook pages that could potentially benefit from this Buy button in the future.

Facebook Closes Oculus Acquisition | WebProNews

The deal gained FTC approval in April, and has now completed its final steps. The Wall Street Journal shares this statement from both companies: Were looking forward to an exciting future together, building the next computing platform and reimagining the way people communicate. Heres what Mark Zuckerberg had to say about the deal back in March: Last month, Oculus made an acquisition of its own when it bought the team that designed the Xbox 360 controller. Let Facebooks great virtual reality experiment begin!

Swipe right on any saved item to choose to share in a new post or via Messenger. Facebook says the feature will also show reminders of saved items in your News Feed from time to time: We’ll also sometimes show you reminders of your saved items in News Feed. For example, we might show you links to articles you saved. Facebook will also remind you of items saved to Facebook from time to time. Facebook The Facebook save feature joins a number of bookmarking apps such as Delicious and Evernote, which allow users to save bookmarks and snippets of the web on the fly.

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