Hidden Secret Features of Facebook

Hidden Secret Features of Facebook

Facebook is top among all social media and its developers are always tinkering away behind the scenes on new features. Most of them never see the light of day, but it’s always interesting to see what they’re working on. Presently, got to take a sneak peek.Hidden Secret Features of Facebook for iOS.

Facebook sources tell us that, while legitimate, many of these features will never see the light of day or they’ll release as a completely different animal than what it started as. So take these Facebook features with a grain of salt. Also, these are all common for the iOS version of the app.

Hidden Secret Features of Facebook

Facebook is a magnificent for some of the top engineering talent in the world, so Facebook stands Top to reason that the company would boast one of the world’s most complex and multi used websites. Facebook has many standalone software apps with the sheer amount of personalization, tweaks, and tinkering available to visitors.

In fact, there are so many things you can do on Facebook.com that you probably don’t know about them all.

And lots of third party software, now we’re not even talking about the third-party Facebook apps or browser add-ons, we’re talking about all the official, most used, easily accessible functions that are just a few clicks away.

Hidden Secret Features of Facebook

These are hidden secret features of facebook

The QR code Generator

By the recurring trend of Facebook “borrowing” from Snapchat, it’s working on a QR code generator that allows you to scan your friends’ codes to add them.

Facebook Messenger already has this feature, but it seems the team is working to bring it to Facebook proper in the coming weeks/months.

Notify WiFi nearby

A new Facebook feature if any wifi spots are located will notify you to switch from LTE to WiFi if you’re near an open network (or one that you have a saved password for).

There are a Plenty of additional updates, like additional trending topics (plus a link to view more trending stories), GIF improvements and private replies (and comments), but these are the ones that we were able to independently verify through multiple channels at Facebook.

Facebook said, it’s quite possible that some of these are months away, although it’s just as likely you’ll see them next time you update Facebook’s iOS app. To put it simply, we really don’t know if or when these will see the light of day, but we’ve confirmed that Facebook is indeed working on them.