Social Networks

Save or Bookmark Links (Read it Later) on Facebook

Facebook is now rolling out a new feature where in you can save links or bookmark them for reading it later. There are many services which offer saving links and articles for reading it later including the one available in Windows 8.1. You might see quite a lot of interesting articles and posts on Facebook and if you ever wanted to save them, you can now do it on Facebook web and also mobile app.

This new feature allows you save places, events, music, links, and photos from your news feed. You can do it from Facebook web or iOS and Android apps. The links added to this list are available under the Saved in your profile.

This feature is being rolled out so you might not see this for all posts and photos, but is available to all profiles.

Save links

You can click the arrow on the top right corner and select the option Save. Once you have saved the article you can view them at later using the link below you home page.

Saved

Click the Saved option and you can view all the links you have added.

Saved link

This is pretty useful option as Facebook is the most popular social site and your friends will be sharing lots of interesting articles. Have you tried this tool? What is your take? Share your feedback in comments.

Nirmal
Nirmal is a Technology Blogger and a Microsoft MVP in Windows. Blogging has been his passion for more than a decade now, he started with this blog in 2007. He can be contacted at nirmal@nirmaltv.com. You can find Nirmal on , and .

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3 Comments

  1. Yeah i saw it this option left sidebar mid place. Facebook is now growing two fast and enhance his service with era and generation. But your topic is really appropriated to understand this option.
    Thank you Nirmal.

  2. Facebook is indeed one of the biggest social networking site Nirmal, I was not aware of this bookmarking feature on facebook untill now, It did helped me out nirmal. It was an nice article.

  3. Facebook is now growing two fast and enhance his service with era and generation. But your topic is really appropriated to understand this option.
    Thank you Nirmal.

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