Facebook announced that it has redesigned its Embedded Posts, which now load faster, and include per publisher default widths.
When a user embeds a post with an image or video, that media will appear above the text and other content, making them more visually appealing like so:
According to the company, they now load up to twice as fast as the old version.
"Improved performance makes it easier for you to embed multiple Facebook posts in your story without having to worry about delays," says Facebook's Dave Capra.
If you use embedded posts often, you'll be happy to know that it will now save the width that you set so you don't have to keep doing it. This will be especially helpful for bloggers.
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