Facebook News/Live Feed is here and Facebook users go nuts!

Take a look at your Facebook homepage right now and see if you can spot some new links right there at the top. You should see two; one is Live Feed and the other one is News Feed. Yes, Facebook has made things even more confusing for existing Facebook users and many go absolutely nuts!

Facebook News/Live Feed is here and Facebook users go nuts!

Facebook Live Feed & Facebook News Feed

Those new features were just introduced by Facebook earlier today and here’s what Facebook has said about News Feed and Live Feed:

News Feed
“…you'll see the most interesting things that happened in the last day in the "News Feed" view. News Feed picks stories that we think you'll enjoy based on a variety of factors…”

Source: Facebook Blog

Live Feed
“..click through to "Live Feed" to see what's happening right now. As long as you remain logged into Facebook, you'll continue to see posts and activity from your friends in real-time..”

Source: Facebook Blog

Those new features created uproars of some kind as many existing Facebook users were caught all confused by the sudden changes. I got all confused myself but I’m smart enough to go and check the latest news on the Facebook Blog. If you’re still confused with what’s going on with your Facebook homepage right now, I suggest that you go and read Facebook Blog’s latest post right after this.

Here’s a thought. Bear in mind that Microsoft launched Bing Twitter (real-time Twitter search engine, integrated with Bing) yesterday. Look what happened today? Facebook all of a sudden made some new changes to their existing news delivery system!

Is this just a mere coincidence? I don’t think so! ;)
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