On the evening of June 27th, Beijing time, Facebook will today launch a new feature called "Keyword Snooze" that allows users to avoid seeing the end of the second quarter of "Westworld" or the World Cup Mexico. The results of the match against Sweden.
This new feature gives Facebook users an option to temporarily block messages from someone, a page, or a group from appearing in their News Feed. This is a bit like
The Silent ” feature provided by platforms such as Twitter and Instagram.
Amit Fulay, director of Facebook's "News & Push" control, said that the development of this feature is in response to user requests that he have greater control over "News & Press". .
In December last year, Facebook launched the "Snooze" function to allow users to better manage the contents of "news push". The "Snooze” option appears in the drop-down menu in the top right corner of the Facebook message (user post) and blocks the user, group, or page for 30 days.
The "Keyword Snooze" principle launched this time is similar to "Snooze". For those friends, pages or groups who are trying to spoiler, users can temporarily block it.
Frei said in an interview yesterday: "I know that there is an Argentine match today and I have temporarily blocked it." I know that everyone should talk about this game. ”
To enable this feature, users can find this option in the "News Push" message menu, and then select the keywords to be blocked. “Keyword Snooze” will be the first to launch in the US market today, and then will be introduced in more countries.