Social media company Facebook has now revealed that support for podcast streaming on the platform will be added starting June 22.
According to Mashable, the company announced the next feature in April, when it said users could soon listen to podcasts directly in the Facebook app.
The Verge has reported that it now contacts podcast pages via email, which alerts them to the feature that will allow them to connect their podcast’s RSS feed to their Facebook page, which will automatically generate a feed. connected and readable news for each episode. published.
Subscribers to the page will also automatically receive a notification whenever a new episode is published. Those who received the information from Facebook via email confirmed that Facebook also intends to add a podcast clips feature in the future that will allow listeners to create and share snippets of episodes from. podcast.
Facebook is definitely late in offering a feature that lets you stream podcasts, but the new option has a different appeal.
Once the feature goes live, according to Mashable, episodes will begin showing up on the creator’s Facebook page, allowing listeners to directly comment on the content and tag their peers to alert them as well. It will also make it much easier for creators to interact directly with their fans.
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