Facebook has begun experimenting with new forms that can encourage people to open a link before sharing their network. The company says it is testing the message to see if it encourages more sharing. “You want to share this story without browsing,” he says enthusiastically. “Sharing texts without reading them could mean missing key points.” It then gives users two options. You can open the article or return it as normal.
If the information looks good, it’s because Twitter has used the same since then Last September. Follow-up months tested, the company found the message especially after it managed to get more people to read before mentioning it on tweet. In some cases, Twitter says the incident prompted some people to choose not to repeat the story. The feature is also built on the same path that Facebook used in the past. This will help you to rethink before sharing archeology and other documents on COVID-19.
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