After being at the center of controversy the social media giant is now on a roll with a spate of features that are meant to address some of the major concerns people have with Facebook. Speaking of Concerns, Various governments in the past have urged Facebook to give access to the content people share on which the company took a different route, giving some sort of control to the users.
On her Twitter handle, Jane Manchun Wong has shared a screenshot which indicates that Facebook is currently developing a feature that will let users block words and phrases that they don’t want to appear on their Timeline. The filtering goes beyond just blocking words and phrases; users can even choose emojis. This not only reduces the chance of getting bullied on Facebook but also makes the whole experience a lot cleaner and satisfying.
Facebook is working on letting users to ban words/phrases/emojis from showing up on their personal timelines
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) November 27, 2018
Interestingly, this also complements the company’s effort in bringing Facebook to the kids. Combining Messenger for kids and the ability to filter content, the social media giant takes a step closer in bringing the full-fledged Facebook to the kids.