Last week, Facebook launched a new feature called Save, which lets you do just that: save links to articles, places to visit, movies and television shows to see, and music to check out later. so If you’re short on time, a new bookmarking feature on Facebook lets you save links, places, music, and more. Here’s what you need to know.
Every time you visit Facebook, your news feed contains up to 1,500 new posts — from friends, people you follow, and Pages. And while its news feed algorithm is designed to show you the most recent posts, you don’t always have time to read everything .
The Save’s features are basic and lack customization and offline access.To find something you saved, navigate to the More tab on mobile and tap Saved. Find this on the web by clicking the link on the left side of Facebook. Facebook will organize your items by category, and you can swipe right on each item to share it with friends, view the post, review it, like it, or move it to your archive list, Giambalvo said.
Save on Facebook lets you save links, places, events and other items, but you can’t save everything .