pages. Nothing very innovative, but some graphic and functional changes that stick to the Newsfeed update. Page admin tools are moved to the top of the screen, and the Page, Activity, Stats, and Settings tabs are more accessible. Another major change, the end of the display on 2 columns, and the grouping of information on a single feed. We will also note the highlighting of advertising campaigns, on the right of the
screen, as well as the deployment of the gray background, as on the new Newsfeed. Another “detail”, the end of the application tabs which are phone number list absolutely no longer visible. They will have been the recurring victims of Facebook updates. page 1 Last change, and perhaps one of the most interesting, the update of the benchmark tool “Pages to watch”
in the statistics of page. The engagement statistics of the benchmarked pages are enriched. In particular, we can see which pages have been the best performers during the week, the number of new likes, the number of posts and the engagement. Convenient for not doing a manual competitive benchmark.