Facebook Lets Users Search Posts

Dec 2014
Photo Credit: @duffyraa
Photo Credit: @duffyraa

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Facebook updated its search feature earlier this week, allowing users to find older posts. The search results are personalized for each user, so you can’t search for all posts on Facebook — only the ones that have been shared with you. The feature is gradually being rolled out for users in the United States.

The search feature isn’t the only big change Facebook has announced this week. Now, when a user posts an image using the iOS app, it is automatically “enhanced” for clarity, lighting and shadow. What’s more, they won’t have to decide between individual filters, like on Instagram. The feature launched for iOS on Tuesday, and is coming to Android soon.

On Instagram, however, filters take center stage in the platform’s latest update. Slumber, Crema, Ludwig, Aden and Perpetua have rolled out, and are seen in the beginning of the filters tray. The site has also added a new “Manage” button, allowing users to re-arrange the order of their filters and hide the ones that are rarely used.

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