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Bookmark your news feed to read later

Ever been in a hurry, but spotted a cool thing in your Facebook feed? To let you read or watch the content properly later, Facebook has introduced a feature called Save. Acting like a bookmark, it lets you save interesting items like links, places, movies, TV shows and music.

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