The last few months have been a big push in audio. Now, it is combining those features. Users can access an audio hub on Facebook’s mobile app, from where they can access podcasts, live audio rooms and .
Initially Facebook , Of And Contestant, in July. It is All of those verified public figures and manufacturers can now host live audio rooms, not just in the United States. All Facebook groups will be able to run audio discussions. The company is testing the option to create audio rooms on Android (this was a feature of iOS until now) and you will be able to listen to conversations on the desktop.
The short-form SoundBytes audio clip feature is still in beta, although Facebook plans to launch it more widely in the United States in the next few weeks. In addition, the company is working on steps to automatically identify harmful content, such as technology to detect and take action on audio that violates community standards. Given the history of Facebook as a , It will be an important problem to solve if the company pushes more on audio.
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