Facebook is attempting to draw in more teens to the social network with another video item that could stimulate their clever bones. Facebook is trying another hub point called LOL that will give kids a chance to share and post hilarious image content.
Various sources affirm that Facebook has invested months building LOL. It’s isolated into classifications like “For You,” “Animals,” “Fails,” “Pranks” and more with content pulled from News Feed posts by top meme Pages on Facebook.
LOL is as of now in private beta with around 100 high school students who consented to non-divulgence agreements for one-on-one testing by Facebook staff. Clients can share a video, just as present their own content.
Clients can quickly forward through various areas of the video by tapping on the screen, like how you can progress through somebody’s Instagram Stories.
Toward the end of a video, clients can rate the content they watched by tapping on one of the buttons at the base of the screen: ”Funny,’ ‘Alright’ and ‘Not Funny,’ as indicated by the many report.
LOL is being tried as a substitution of Facebook Watch inside the application. The organization is yet to choose if LOL will turn into a stand-alone application or be accessible in the primary Facebook application.
With over a billion clients, Facebook-possessed photo-sharing platform Instagram is as of now extremely famous among adolescents.
Facebook has over 2.2 billion clients universally, incorporating 300 million in India.
The organisation a year ago propelled a short-shape video application called “Lasso” yet the application did not increase much popularity. So lets wait and see to see how this new features goes.