Facebook has updated its system regarding Friend-Lists, which is considered reaction to the “Circles Concept” of Google +
Users can currently have additional management over how their connections are grouped, with some lists, like work and family, created automatically.
The company has been rolling out a variety of latest options in recent weeks.
Although Facebook remains the world’s most well liked social network, Google+ is anticipated to hit 100-m users this year.
The new good Lists feature can produce classes based mostly on the link between a user and their friends.
For example, anyone sharing a similar workplace are going to be designated a colleague. Likewise faculty friends.
New “close-friends” & “Acquaintances” lists can enable Facebook members to filter who they see updates from.
There will be Comparisons “Inevitable” to the widely praised Feature named “Circles” on Google’s Social Network, that lets users cluster along folks they are following.
However, Mike Schroepfer who is the Vice President [Engineering] – Facebook said that
The changes were a part of the site’s gradual evolution.
He told to BBC News.
We’ve had friend lists since 2007. teams we tend to created in 2010. We’ve been experimenting with scores of other ways to share for several, a few years currently.