Facebook Feature GIFs
In this world when there are most of the people that are social media insects who love to share their daily routine with the whole world, are always looking something new. Facebook is a giant king among all social media sites and this king is now coming back with new Facebook feature GIFs button support to comment section of its app. Testing of new Facebook feature GIFs probably from next week. And this news confirmed by two major personalities Josh Constine and Ryan Lawler of TechCrunch.
There are some users who are the part of this testing, enable the user post GIF files from third party sites like Giphy or Tenor. Testing started on Monday only for a small percentage of users. This new feature is easy to use as it sounds: simply when the user comments on a post, there will a small GIF icon. Click on it and a bunch of animation images or GIF are open, select which you like and post it.
Now a day’s social media insects I think believe in this phrase
“GIFs express yourself better than words” —Strange
We inquired with Facebook, which confirmed the GIF test is coming with this statement:
“Everyone loves a good GIF, and we know that people want to be able to use them in comments. So we’re about to start testing the ability to add GIFs to comments, and we’ll share more when we can, but for now, we repeat that this is just a test.”
Facebook is apparently trying out every other messenger-like feature inside its most imperative app. It consists of posting remarks in a bubble chat thread layout.
Facebook has long wriggled out of the animated picture medium. The reason changed into that allowing flashy, eye-striking GIFs might sidetrack news Feed. Facebook has even apparently had help for GIFs built for years, however, not on time rolling it out for the dread of disrupting the feed imaginative.
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