This new feature seems especially useful at the end of the year when lists are everywhere.
The tweaks are largely created to encourage people to interact with more content on the site and share more information about themselves, which Facebook will be able to use to sell more ads.
At the time of this article the new list feature is only available on Android powered devices, for users of the iPhone they able to view other lists but can not make their own any yet.
Facebook's status update feature has evolved over the years, where previously it used to be where people would post the most inane of things. But, keep an eye out under the "What's On Your Mind" status to see if you got the new update.
According to Tech Crunch, the new feature allows users to update their status with a personalized list with a colorful background. Facebook has not said how long it will take for all users to receive the new update.
The feature is rolling out to both Android and iOS users as part of a slow global rollout.
However, over the years as the threat to online privacy has increased, people have started posting lesser of personal content on the web. According to a report from eMarketer this week, Facebook lost approximately 2.8 million USA users under 25 in 2017, and will lose around 2.1 million more this year.
The new feature comes as Facebook has been vowing to make its platform better for society. " box. At the bottom of the screen, you will see the usual options, like Photo/Video, Tag Friends, Check In, Go Live, etc". A recent eMarketer report indicates that Facebook lost approximately 2.8 million US users aged under 25 years in 2017.
Instead of just posting an errand list on your News Feed, take it to the next level with lists of random thoughts, inspirations, amusing overhead quotes, and other non-to-do list topics. Recently, the company announced that the feed will move away from showing news and brand content to focus more on posts from friends and family. While your friends couldn't care less about what chores you have to complete today, there are a number of reasons why someone would format their opinions in a list.