Facebook has announced it will finally be adding Hashtags to its system to help users discover and jump to conversations more quickly and easily. With this new addition, users will be able to use important keywords and phrases that relate to their post topics and allow them to reach broader audiences. With every post, a user will be able to expand the reach of their posts, statuses, and digital circles, which will make for an even bigger, better, and broader digital landscape. According to a recent article from Mashable …
Hashtags are coming to Facebook to help users better surface conversations.
Support for the all-but-ubiquitous topic organization system was rumored in March and will roll out to a small percentage of users Wednesday. Facebook will roll out hashtags to more users in the coming weeks.
The social network wants to make it easier for users to find content already on Facebook, and functional hashtags are the first step. According to Facebook, many users already post hashtags anyway, so why not make them work. Hashtags will be both clickable and searchable, so, for example, topics like #NSALeaks or #NBAFinals will now exist.
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