Facebook apps enable users to “follow” Actions

28 Jun

Social Media Giant Facebook recently released a new feature known as “Open Graph” which enables the Facebook users to follow certain actions and users from a range of Facebook Apps. Without being subscribed or being friend, this new feature will let users to get updates for certain actions from news feed.

Facebook has shared the details in the official blog post related to this paradigm. They stated in their official developer blog “Today we are launching the Open Graph built-in follow action. We have also analysed that, The follow action makes it easier for people to keep tabs on the stories people tell from within your app in their News Feed, Timeline and through the notifications channel”. There is also a documentation page for this new feature called Open Graph Follows.

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Let’s have a look at an example; users are able to decide to follow and get updates when another user post photo to Instagram or when a famous movie critic publishes a review about a new movie and this does not require the user to see all of the updates from that person. This sounds like subscribing someone’s news feed but that gives you advance ability to choose which part you want to see based on which app you are using.

From our point of view, Now the app developers are challenged to include this new feature with their existing networks. And we the users are too used to get the best out of this newly introduced feature from social networking site Facebook.

This Expert Review of Facebook’s Open Graph Feature was Published by Tech Blogger from http://www.spinxwebdesignnewyork.com

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