Facebook has a new feature added to the iPhone and iPad app. It lets you store messages for later read quietly. It is similar to the favorite feature of Twitter: nice comments that you still want to see for once, mark you as a favorite. At a later time you can browse through them as a separate feed. For example, congratulations can be fun. If Facebook does it differently: you see an interesting message, then press it with your finger. There appears an option to save. For messages that you no longer want his press in the same way a few seconds the message to the storage functions off. An update of the app is not necessary.
You should do a small act out before you the list of saved messages get to see, scroll to the last option in the sidebar (Edit Favorites) and tap Edit Favorites. With the plus sign would you now select Saved / Kept from the list of apps to choose? Others can not see a message that you have saved, so you get no whining about how and why.
For me it was that option not visible (and an editor of The Verge not), but the message that the feature is available was therefore not yet appeared in my news. Other users have (see below). It could be a test in which a new feature rolled out on a limited scale.
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