According to BlackMediaScoop.com, Beginning Today Facebook is making it easier to share photos, posts and links with smaller, isolated groups of people.
Facebook will automatically group your friends based on whether they live near you, went to your school or work with you.
You can read posts or share updates with specific groups instead of dozens, or hundreds, of “friends” at a time. Facebook will use the colleges, workplaces and geographic locations that users share on the site to organize people into groups. Called “smart lists,” the feature is optional to use, and the lists are customizable.
In addition, you can create your own friend groups with as few or as many as you would like, based around hobbies, work projects or relatives.
Listing people as “close friends,” meanwhile, will ensure that you’ll see the posts and photos from the dozen or so friends you care about the most. Updates from these people will feature more prominently in your news feed and you can opt to receive email notifications every time they post something on Facebook.
Facebook’s latest move takes a page from Google+, the social network launched this summer by Google.