This new feature has been launched on Facebook so that fake news can be completely controlled. Nowadays, the biggest problem on social media is that of fake news.
Social media giant Facebook has launched a new prompt feature for users here. That is, you see any article on Facebook and share it only after reading its headings. But now Facebook will advise you to read and share that article through a pop-up. That is, you must read that article before sharing it with others. This is exactly like the first read article prompt which was launched last year to promote Informed Discussion on Facebook.
This new feature has been launched on Facebook so that fake news can be completely controlled. Nowadays, the biggest problem on social media is that of fake news. Some information related to Corona is being misrepresented nowadays on Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms.
Let us know that nowadays there are many such media outlets who use different headings to sell their news. But do you know that, many times the headline is different and the facts inside the news are different. In such a situation, without reading the entire article, sharing it can leave a deep impact on the society. Explain that another option in this feature is that, in this you will also get the option of open article and continuous sharing.
In this case, however, Twitter has not revealed how much difference it will make, but it may be revealed in the coming time. This new prompt feature of Facebook is currently being tested. It also includes Android smartphones. In such a situation, if you also want to use this feature, then you can check it in your phone. At the same time, if you have not got this feature, then you may have to wait a few more days because it has just been rolled out and it will slowly come in the users’ phones.
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