As the company prepares to launch its next-generation news platform, Facebook has taken a cue from Twitter’s.
With its new Trend News section, the social network hopes to help its users curate news from their own news feeds.
It’s an idea that will surely appeal to publishers, especially those who want to curate their own content.
Facebook’s Trend News will feature trending stories, articles, and photos from the social networking platform.
Here’s what you need to know about Facebook’s news section, which is expected to launch in the fall.
The new Trend section Facebook plans to make it easier for publishers to curatze their own data by offering a new trending section.
It will allow users to browse news stories, read about trending topics, and view new posts.
Facebook says Trend News is designed to complement and support the existing news feed features.
Facebook has already rolled out a few news tools to curates its own content, including the News Feeds feature, the Trending article view, and the Trend news feed.
The news feed itself has been designed with the goal of allowing users to easily browse through the stories they want to see, and also to curating their own stories.
It can be accessed by clicking the left side of the News Hub, which displays a list of trending stories and articles, alongside a list with a small list of curated headlines.
Facebook is also working on a new feature called the Trended section.
This section will be an extension of the news feed, where it will allow publishers to add links to their own posts and other content from the company’s news partners, like Business Insider, The Verge, Mashable, and more.
Facebook claims this feature will allow the newsfeed to become more of a curated experience.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Trend News was designed to help publishers curate content for their users.
“We believe it is critical that Facebook continue to be the go-to place for news and news-related content.
That means providing more tools and making it easier to find relevant news, curated content, and news events,” he said in a blog post on Wednesday.
While Facebook’s plan for its new news section is certainly a step in the right direction, it’s still unclear exactly what exactly that new section will look like.
Facebook will likely roll out a variety of news features over time, and as we learn more about the news service, we’ll likely see new features added.
What you need now: The News Hub Facebook will make it easy for publishers and other users to access the Trend News feed.
There are currently three ways you can access the new section: by clicking on the Trend tab, or by scrolling down from the top of the Feeds list.
Facebook plans on making the new Trend news section as simple to use as the news features currently available.
Here, you can choose to see all the trending stories from the companies Facebook News partners, or you can also view specific stories.
Click the blue “Trend” icon on the top left of the page to go to the Trend section.
You’ll see a list containing all the news partners that Facebook has partners with, and a list for each of the stories you can view.
Select a story, and then click on the blue text below the story to view the article.
You can also see the title of the article, which can be sorted by date, or view a link to read the full article.
To access the news, click the red “Show All” button next to the article you want to read.
The Trend section can also be accessed via Facebook’s own news tools, like Trending, News Hubs, and Trending Stories.
Here you’ll see an expanded view of the trending section, where you can filter stories by date or author.
Facebook also offers a new news source called the News Gallery.
This new feature will display stories and related articles from your news partners on the News tab, as well as a curated section of trending topics.
Here is an example of what you can see in the News gallery.
There is currently no way to browse through a curated list of stories from news partners.
However, you’ll be able to click the “Explore” button in the top right corner of the gallery to see more curated stories.
If you want a curated look at the news that your news partner has published, you will be able do so by clicking one of the related links in the news section.
If the content you want is from a news partner, you should check the “Read More” box in the “Related Links” box on the right side of this page.
The News Gallery also allows you to add a new story from the Trend or Trend News sections to the News hub.
This will allow you to view trending news stories from a specific partner, as long as that partner has also published the story.
This feature will be accessible by selecting a story from one of Facebook’s partners