Facebook, in its quest to continue being innovative, has unveiled a brand new feature called 'Save', an option that allows users save news feeds that they can view at a later date.
The Software engineer at Facebook, Daniel Giambalvo, said, "Every day, people find all sorts of interesting items on Facebook that they don't have time to explore right away. Now you can save items that you find on Facebook to check out later when you have more time."
According to the announcement, pretty much anything is fair-game for saving by Facebookers, including links, places, movies, TV, and music.
Save item lists are only visible to the user, although Facebook was keen to point out that a friend-sharing option would be available.
According to Facebook, 'Save' is coming to iOS, Android, and the web over the next few days, but pointed out that users can make enquiries regarding the roll-out at its Help Centre if they choose.
Facebook added that users would be able to view items that they have saved by going to the 'Save' list in their 'More' tab on mobile, of clicking the left-hand side panel in their desktop web browser.
Saved items will be organized by category, and users can swipe to share items or move stuff into an archive. Facebook noted that they would be reminding users of saved items in the news feed, to make sure they don't forget.