Facebook is constantly evolving so it can be hard to stay up-to-date on the latest changes. Below is a snapshot of six things that changed on Facebook this summer.
1. Twitter/Facebook Integration
The Twitter/Facebook Integration allows a linked Facebook account to post a photo, link, mention, or hashtag from an original Tweet that will link users back to Twitter.
2. Facebook Admin Rules for Pages
If there are several people that manage your Facebook Page, you can assign admin roles for your Facebook Page.
3. Facebook Recommendations
Facebook launched a new social plug-in, the recommendation bar. This bar helps Facebook users find content based on what their Facebook friends recommend, read, and share.
4. Scheduling for Facebook Pages
Scheduling allowing Page admins to schedule posts both in the past and in the future without the use of third-party websites.
5. Facebook Interest Lists
Facebook Interest List allows users to organize their news feeds according to their own personal interests that include the status updates, posts, pictures and stories only from the people and pages a user has added to a list.
6. Promoted Posts/Highlighted Posts
Promoted Posts are posts that Pages pay for in order to reach a larger audience, while highlighted posts allow both users and Pages to feature an important post more prominently on their Timeline.