Social networking is forever evolving, expanding horizons and bringing new improved browsing experiences and services, much like Facebook Places. One that Facebook seems to have capitalized on is using a new browsing-like feature called ‘Discover Facebook Pages.’
More often than not, you will see friends that liked this or that on your news feed or by viewing their profile. They usually do this by using the search feature built into Facebook, but sometimes you just want to browse what is out there incase you would like to be reminded of certain news from different sources.
This is where Discover Facebook Pages comes in. When you click the page link, you will be directed to a page full of thumbnails that has been assorted by filtering all your friends and contacts ‘liked’ pages and displaying them in an easy to see grid.
You will also see a list at the right side of the page that shows your friends and ‘mutual liked’ pages. Clicking on a friend will show you what pages you and your friend both equally like.
The list seems pretty endless, and I can imagine some of you out there spending ages on here trying to find something you like. Just by going through it myself I have added a few more pages to my collection of feeds I’d like to be updated on.
Check out the feature for yourself, and let us know your thoughts on Discover Facebook Pages.
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