We’re continuing to centralize various user settings across our suite of apps, and as a result, several existing settings will be relocated to the “Accounts Center” feature in Meta. This new area is accessible from within each app’s Settings page and includes important details like personal details (passwords, security options, and ad preferences), which users can manage easily from one place. This move makes it easier for users to get the best experience possible with our products and helps us keep their online identity secure.
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With the recent update to Facebook, a number of settings have been relocated in an effort to make the experience easier for consumers. However, as with most updates from Facebook, this relocation can often be confusing and lead to consumer frustration. Wherever possible, new settings have been placed in a more accessible location within the Settings section of the app, which may help some users find them quicker than before.
meta’s Accounts Center has been lauded by experts for its simplicity and transparency to lawmakers investigating the company for its antitrust behavior, as it makes it simpler for consumers to manage their data. The feature is also seen as a way of highlighting the extensive data collection practices across Meta’s family of apps.
Meta’s announcement about the new features for consumers suggests that they will be able to make choices about their data that are more consistent across different platforms. For instance, users could set their ad topic preferences across both Facebook and Instagram in one place. This would make it easy for them to avoid ads pertaining to topics they do not want to see on either platform. The update is likely to improve consumer experiences and help marketers reach those who are most interested in their products and services.
Meta’s recent updates focus on giving users more control over ads and activity. By relocating settings from partners’ control, Meta hopes to better help people understand ads that are shown on other websites and apps. Additionally, the company is exploring different options for letting users customize their experiences with ads.
It’s unclear how, or if, these revised tools will be tied to a larger attempt to circumvent Apple’s App Tracking Transparency (ATT) privacy changes on iOS. However, this move could be seen as another attempt by companies to Personalize ads for their users in a way that leads to a more effective and profitable ad business.
The major changes that will be made to Facebook, Messenger and Instagram come as welcomed news for many users. The changes will slowly rollout over the next few months in order to give everyone the chance to adapt.