Facebook’s next major competitor in the social networking space, Twitter, is expected to launch a social network version of its newsfeed, the hubbub, in the second half of the year.
In what is expected as a major step forward for the social media company, Facebook has said it plans to launch the hubbub in the first half of next year.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he expects to have hubbub ready to go by the end of 2018.
But while hubbub has already become one of the top topics of conversation on Facebook, it is not the only topic that will have a new home in the new social network.
The social media giant is expected also to launch its new news feed that will be similar to Twitter’s.
The news feed will include news stories, videos and pictures.
“Hubbub is going to be something we’ll start launching around the end, right around the second quarter of next, so we think it’s going to come in around the first quarter of 2019,” Facebook said in a statement to The Wall Street Journal.
The news feed is expected not only to be more of a news aggregator, but also to give users a way to discover and share news in a way that was not possible before.
It will have content that is shared in multiple ways, such as in social media groups, through news stories and on the news feeds of users and news sites.
Facebook is not expected to make it easy to share news on its social media feed, although it has built in ways to enable it.
For example, Facebook allows users to subscribe to news articles, but does not require a subscription.
But the news feed does allow users to publish news that is not news, including stories that are written by employees and other organizations, the Wall Street Review reported.
Facebook also is expected in the coming months to roll out a feature called “stories from across the globe.”
This is an initiative that aims to connect users across countries and provide them with a place to share stories about the world.
While Facebook has been pushing the hubbuckub for years, it has been unclear whether it would be the first major social network to launch such a feature.
A spokesman for Facebook said the hubub will be a “new way to engage with the world.”
Facebook has been working on a new version of the newsfeed for about a year, but was initially hesitant to include it on the social networks main website.
After much feedback, Facebook finally allowed users to share the hubboed content.
However, this new hubbub feature will be different.
It will not have a large, visible “Share” button, according to the Wall Review.
Instead, it will have the ability to embed a small, customizable version of a hubbub video and image.
Facebook has already made the hubbly available on its main site and the new hubbo will be available to users on the Facebook News Feed, the news site’s mobile app and the app for iOS and Android.
“We’re excited to launch hubbub in the future,” said Mark Scholte, Facebook’s senior vice president of global communications.
“The hubbub is a great way for people to engage and share content in a more meaningful way.
People will see a new way to see and share their news in the world, as well as see what’s trending and what’s interesting.”
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