By Melony Roy

By Melony Roy

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More changes in the News Feed

(Photo Illustration by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

(Photo Illustration by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Facebook has changed its News Feed algorithm again, this time to reflect video usage.

It will now take into consideration how long a user has watched a video, in addition to number of views, likes, comments and shares.

People who watch more videos will see more in the future, and those who scroll past videos will likely see fewer.


What teen problem?

Facebook Hosts Conference On Future Of Social Technologies

It turns out Facebook may not have a teen problem after all.

Forrester Research surveyed more than 4,500 teens about their social media habits and found that Facebook is the most popular.

More than three-quarters of teens online use Facebook, twice as many as use Pinterest, Tumblr or Snapchat.


Facebook’s updates app

(photo credit: iTunes)

(photo credit: iTunes)

Facebook has updated its Pages Manager app.

The app now features quicker navigation to your brand page activity and insights, as well as more direct access to its action bar.


Follow KYW social media editor Melony Roy @MelonyRoy.

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