Option to mark items as spam less noticeable in latest Facebook iOS app

Option to mark items as spam less noticeable in latest Facebook iOS app

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New Facebook today released a new version its iOS app to include a way for users to change their cover photo and a number of updates related to group messaging. A subtle but significant change not mentioned in the app’s release notes is that the option to hide a post or ad...
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