Facebook May Shortly Bring Colored Comments

Facebook May Shortly Bring Colored Comments

Facebook got varied response from all of its consumers for the feature of colored status background unveiled previously this month. Currently, the social media platform is aiming to apply the similar look in the section of comments for the posts.

Facebook May Shortly Bring Colored Comments

The colored comments for the posts were noticed by The Next Web. It has been claimed that a small number of consumers are seeing this modification and that the company may or may not launch it out to a broader audience. While writing a comment, consumers will witness the background in the devoted area changing colors on the basis of the choices they select. The color alternatives are displayed just over the space for comments.

Publishing the colored comment displays the comment in the chosen color within a bubble. “We are always discovering new methods for users to link and have chats, so we are experimenting new aspects on comments,” claimed a spokesperson to the media in an interview as well as the cited news website. As a reminder, this feature of Facebook allows users chose a gradient background or a color and post it. The company launched out the feature on iOS, Android, and desktop.

Facebook also lately rolled out “Watch,” its YouTube rival. Watch is a new tab within the main app of Facebook that comprises unique video content. For now, the new Watch tab is restricted in the region of the U.S. on desktop, mobile, and Facebook TV apps.

The tab will have parts such as What’s Making People Laugh, Most Talked About, and What Friends Are Watching. Every video will also display comments of the user. To assist consumers know more about the video prior to watching it, the social media major has also rolled out Show Pages. The Show Pages provides additional background data regarding the show, allows users to watch the related videos as well as episodes. With Watch from Facebook, publishers and creators will be capable of earning cash for their work.

Well, let us see if the new features by the social media major will be a success and please the users or not.