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Facebook is rolling out a new feature for its mobile apps to allow people to post content directly from the app on their timelines.

The feature, which Facebook has called “shared timelines,” is rolling in the latest update to the app’s mobile platform, called News Feed, on Wednesday.

Users can also share their posts to Facebook directly from their timeline using a post tag.

The new feature allows Facebook to quickly find posts in your timeline and automatically populate them into posts you can see in News Feed.

Facebook said the feature works by showing you a preview of a post in the feed before it is posted to your timeline.

It’s a feature called “previewing.”

Users can tap on a post and the preview will appear on their timeline.

Users also can share their own posts to the Facebook timeline by tagging them with a tag.

“We’re excited to bring this feature to the News Feed and to all of our mobile apps in the coming weeks,” said Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO.

The app has been rolling out new features in the past.

The company introduced the ability to share photos and videos with Facebook friends, a feature that was available in Facebook Messenger for several months.

The mobile platform also introduced a new “sharing” function that lets users add text to posts and then share it with friends and family.

The Facebook app is available for Android and iOS, but the app is not available for some older versions of the platform.

Users who already have Facebook on their mobile devices can download it.

Facebook has also added a new app to the platform called “My Timeline,” which allows users to create a timeline of people they follow.

Facebook’s mobile app has long been a popular way for users to share content on social media.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced earlier this month that he was launching a new social network called Oculus, but it has struggled to get off the ground.

Facebook also recently released a video that showed how it can embed video from apps such as Snapchat, Vine, and YouTube.

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