Facebook Buttons For Listen And Read Pop Up On Ticker

Posted: Nov 10 2011, 2:22pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 10 2011, 3:37pm CST, in News | Technology News

 
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New buttons make ticker better

If you frequent Facebook and are paying attention you may have noticed some new buttons that are on the site. New buttons for Listen and Read have popped up and they make it easier to read or hear what your friends are reading and listening to at a click.

The new buttons are on the Facebook ticker and the buttons will take you to the songs and articles even if the post doesn't have a link to the content by default. The new ticker will launch the user to Spotify for music. Spotify is heavily integrated with Facebook right now.

The Read button will take the user to the article on whatever site the post is talking about. This is a pretty good idea and if Facebook keeps making the Ticker and some of the other controversial changes, more useful people may stop complaining.

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