The Facebook of Tomorrow on F8 Conference 2016

F8 conference is a two day event created by Facebook, where Mark Zuckerberg & Friends present, in a Steve Jobs way, what they are creating, and major updates they are implementing on the platform and it’s ecosystem.

Year after year, this event specially targeted for developers, has gain more and more importance to the public in general, with the growing of the Facebook ecosystem.

With F8 we anticipate whats coming next on the Social Media and innovation worlds, so let’s see the trending points of what happened this month in San Francisco.

Video will continue to rise it’s importance

It’s not new that video is becoming the number one way to communicate online, and in this field Youtube is still the king.

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Facebook LIVE API

Last year we have seen the launch of Facebook live feature, giving pages the ability to make live stream videos through the mobile app.

This year, they open up their Live API, and now giving the possibility for developers to make connectors for other camera sources.

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360° Camera & VR

Would not be the first time that facebook launches a device, but this time that’s not what happened, they are “simply” sharing the design and software for the creation of this 360º camera.

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Messenger Bots

Messenger was, once again, the star of the conference, with a new set of tools that will help developers to create Bots to automatically interact with fans on the mobile app.

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Save to Facebook Button For Websites

You already have this feature inside Facebook. If you find an interesting post, but you don’t have the time to read it in the moment, you can click in save for later button and it will go to a special saved Feed.

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Originally published at blog.gowebagency.co.uk on April 27, 2016.

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