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Facebook has a new ‘audio’ hub for podcasts and live audio.

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Deepen your investment in it. New audio experiences, Facebook has launched a designated “Audio” tab within its mobile app, where US-based users will soon be able to access podcasts, live audio rooms and short-form audio clips.

While “entering a Facebook podcast” may be one. Visually disturbing For a variety of reasons, the platform has been available in new audio formats for some time. Facebook was the first to launch it. Podcast product Back in June, which allowed creators to integrate their audio content directly into their pages so they could easily listen and share. And the podcast isn’t the only audio content that will populate its new mobile hub: Live Audio Rooms, Facebook’s Response to Clubhouse, will also have a feature in the Audio tab, such as Sound Bytes, a short form audio product that Facebook has. TikTok is being paddled late to attract users to the platform.

According to Tech Crunch., The new ‘audio’ destination will take advantage of an algorithm that uses TikTuk and Instagram, which will help users find content from the two creators they follow and through the new recommended system. New discoveries can be made. Allegedly this center will become more personalized over time for the interests and preferences of each individual, based on the recommendations of which audio selection you listen to and what kind of content you engage the most. ۔

While Facebook’s idea of ​​spreading misinformation through new forms of easily corrupted content is enough to give anyone a hive, the platform assures that it is developing a toolkit to help its community Contribute to more easily identified, detected and moderated content that runs against standards.

For now, the new audio tab is tangled in the ‘Watch’ section of the Facebook mobile app, and will soon be available to all US users of iOS and Android devices.

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