Facebook save feature launched

Facebook has a new bookmarking feature that will allow users to save links and pages from the social networking site, so they can look at them when they have more time.

Saved items can include links and Facebook pages such as photo albums

Facebook has a new bookmarking feature that will allow users to save links and Facebook pages to look at when they have more time.

The new feature, announced Monday afternoon, stores items such as links, and Facebook pages including photo albums, places, events and movies to a "saved items" list.

The list is visible only to the user who made the list, and that person can later view, archive, delete, or share the saved items.

Facebook said the new feature will be rolling out to everyone using web, iOS and Android version of Facebook "over the next few days."


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