Facebook Lists are about to make your news feed way more annoying

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Accoding to TechCrunch, the feature is being rolled out gradually, and may not immediately reflect for you.

The company's new Lists feature will appear as an option on the status update bar.

The Lists can have coloured backgrounds and emojis can be used in the list title.

Facebook is continuously improving its News Feed to provide users with the most relevant content. The feature has reportedly started to rollout slowly, and is expected to be available globally in the coming days.

Facebook has been encouraging users to share their personal content.

As you might have guesed it via the name, This new feature called lists allows you to create a list on your status update about anything like To Do lists, Travel Destinations, New years resolutions etc. Facebook has not said when it expects all users to gain access to the feature. The company is projected to further lose around 2.1 million such users more this year.

Facebook has changed quite a lot since its inception.

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The platform is losing young users at a rapid pace, according to new estimates by eMarketer Inc. Over the course of 2017, eMarketer found some 2.8 million USA users under the age of 25 left the platform.

If people make lists as much as they did on Myspace and early versions of Facebook, Zuckerberg may not only stimulate better interactions among users but also get them to spend more time on the platform.

Facebook is also expected to make even more changes to your News Feed, including boosting the number of posts you see from friends, family, and groups.

Note: If you don't see these options, tap the "Add to your post" option to expand the menu. Tap the Lists option to create a customized list for your news feed.

Facebook wants you to share your to-do lists and rank your favorite things.

It is the first major update for the status option after the social networking site had launched coloured backgrounds. Unlike many online publications, we don't have a paywall or run banner advertising, because we want to keep our journalism open, without influence or the need to chase traffic.