The social network Facebook, owned by Meta, announced this Thursday that it will renew its main wall to allow users to discover new content, something very similar to the Tik Tok format.
Through its blog, Meta Platforms explained that Facebook's main feed will now be called "Home" and will help users discover new content that, according to the company, they will like.
That is, users will now be able to see the content of accounts that they do not follow or have not added, including stories and reels, those videos that are similar to those of Tik Tok.
To achieve this, Facebook explained that it will employ its machine learning ranking system. The company is also investing in artificial intelligence.
Meta indicated that these changes will begin to be implemented next week, although they may arrive early for some users, reviewed Xataka.
With this new update, the current news feed will be moved to a new separate tab called "Feeds", where you can see "your friends' posts, groups, pages and more separately in chronological order", as explained by the owner of Meta, Mark Zuckerberg.
"The app will still open in a custom feed on the Home tab, where our discovery engine will recommend the content we think you'll be most interested in," it said on its Facebook page.
According to Zuckerberg, the Feeds tab will give you "a way to further personalize and control your experience" within Facebook.