Facebook is about to put voice clips and podcasts in your News Feed

It was just a few days ago that we wrote about an experimental Facebook product that resembled Clubhouse, but it turns out Facebook isn’t done with the audio space. The company today announced a series of features coming to the social network that will provide users and creators with a variety ofnew tools to make and share audio experiences. The gist of it is that Facebook wants to put a lot more audio in your News Feed. For one, the company is slowly introducing a feature called Soundbites, which it describes as a “short-form, creative audio clips for capturing anecdotes, jokes,…

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