Facebook wants to stop movie spoilers

Facebook wants to stop movie spoilers

Facebook wants to stop movie spoilers

Unlike Twitter, Facebook gives its users no option to mute words permanently, but that may change based on the response to this new feature.

As part of its ongoing efforts to improve the News Feed experience, social media behemoth Facebook is now in the process of testing a new feature that will allow users to disable posts based on the words they contain. The primary goal of this is to avoid spoilers for specific shows, movies or events, but the applications could spread to avoiding topics you're simply sick of hearing about.

Regardless of how you use the Keyword Snooze feature, more control over what you see on Facebook and how you see it is always a good thing.

The idea is that if wanted to go into the theater without any advanced knowledge of, say, Avengers: Infinity War or Deadpool 2 plot points, you could simply tell Facebook to stop showing you stories with those titles as keywords.

Facebook is testing a new feature that many of you may enjoy: Keyword Snooze!

Keyword snooze is the latest feature designed by Facebook among its other news feed additional options including see first, hide, unfollow and snooze.

Snoozing works for organic content and you won't be blocking ads that might mention a word.

Unfortunately, because you can't do it in advance, you've probably already seen at least one spoiler before you can snooze the rest. But I wouldn't be too anxious about that. But promoting binary options and initial coin offerings is still ...

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