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Facebook allows you to select your favorite friends

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Let's be honest, the majority of ?friends? we have on Facebook are not really our friends in the strict sense of the word. Most are only known or familiar that, if we think about it, we cannot consider them as close friends. To distinguish one from the other, Facebook has announced that it will soon allow users to choose their favorite friends.

This new feature of Facebook is similar to that of Instagram that allows us to contact our closest friends. The function be integrated in Messenger and allow you create a list with your favorite friends so that, when you want, the content you publish can only be seen by your close friends.

Facebook wants users to share more personal content

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With this new feature Facebook seeks that users are not afraid of share personal content on the social network. And, if we take into account that most of the ?friends? that we have accumulated on Facebook over the years are casual acquaintances, it is normal that most users prefer to publish their most personal content on other social networks.

In addition, with the list of favorite Facebook friends, as well as with encrypted calls and video calls from Messenger that will arrive soon, it is also intended provide more privacy to users. That is, turning Facebook into the digital equivalent of a living room, instead of a place like it is now.

As be the function of favorite Facebook friends

The operation of this new function will be very simple: we create our list of favorite friends and, when we go to share a publication or a story, we will see the option to send it only to the friends of the created list.

At the moment, this function is in the testing phase and most likely we will not see it this year, but in 2020. Anyway, here in Androidphoria we will keep you informed about it.

Source | The verge

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