Facebook is testing pop-up posts

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The giant social network, Facebook is planning to release a new feature for its desktop site. The feature will display certain posts on the bottom of your browser just like the notifications that appear when you receives a message from your Facebook friend.

Gmail has also revealed its feature named as email composer performing the same actions. The pop-out Facebook posts contain a text field through which you will be able to comment on the particular post.

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The company has also added an option to see the original post or hiding the post. A Facebook spokeswoman said:

“We’ve heard from people that they would like an easier way to participate in conversations on a post while they are still in News Feed so we are testing a new option that opens up a window when someone comments on your post, replies to your comment or tags you in a comment. You can always hide the conversation or turn off notifications from within the drop-down menu of the post.”

According to the spokeswoman, it is a small test but we are not sure that how many users have been included in these tests. However, In the past, the company had tested its feature with an average of approximately 1.86 billion users before releasing them globally.

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The company is yet to clear that how long the company will be testing the feature. But it is expected that the feature will be released as soon as possible.

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Muhammad Irfan Raza
Irfan Raza is Editor at TechWafer covering Everything about Apple including Mac, iPhones, iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook, and How-tos.

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