On Wednesday, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, introduced three new Facebook features starting with Groups, which he says will give members more control over who sees what when they post content.
Months back, Facebook introduced a feature called lists which was suppose to give you some additional control over who could see your posts, but today Facebook revealed that less than 5% of members actually use the feature. It seems that this is due in part to the fact that lists is hard to get set up and use. So now, Facebook is replacing lists with Groups, which is supposed to be easier to manage and should give you better control of which friends can see what you post and when.
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Facebook Rolls Out Groups to Replace Lists and Introduces Privacy Related Features
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