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“We’re starting to wonder, ‘Okay, can this work as a social audio conversation? How can we get more voices on this whether from the audience or our sources?'”
Users willing to pay $2.99/month can get access to an undo button, a Nuzzel-like “Top Stories” feature, and ad-free articles that will send a portion of revenue back to publishers.
A healthy chunk of Facebook users say they don’t get much news there any more — an outcome to be both expected and desired.
Slides and cards are a good way to highlight the strongest part of a story, whether it’s a visual component or a tidbit that competitors don’t have.
There’s one feature that could be very useful for journalists and other Twitter packrats, but otherwise, it’s kinda meh. (And no, that’s not a real edit button.)
After getting replies that debunked false political news they’d shared, users were more likely to share low-quality news.
But we have bad news. The acquisition means that the handy news aggregator Nuzzel will be shut down.