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Facebook to Let You Block Spoilers with Keyword Snooze

Facebook hasn't said when it'll roll it out to the rest of us, but a spokesperson did say the off button would be hopefully added to the feature within the next few weeks.

Facebook also told TechCrunch that it is considering a "preemptive" snooze option that would be in a user's News Feed preferences, so that people don't have to find posts to snooze words. If that's ever happened you're going to love this new feature that Facebook is testing. Facebook is today taking steps to help minimize our exposure to unwanted story details by introducing a new feature called Keyword Snooze. They have to click on a post that has that keyword, and click on "snooze keywords in this post". You can use it to temporarily hide posts by keywords, which are pulled directly from text in that post. When you hit the "Snooze" option, Facebook will give you a bunch of keywords from the post as options for what phrases you want to block. But keep an eye out for the feature when you log into Facebook next: you could be one of the first users to test it out.

The "snoozing" is temporary and lasts 30 days, at which point the user can choose to block the words again.

Unfortunately, because you can't do it in advance, you've probably already seen at least one spoiler before you can snooze the rest.

The feature will be gradually rolled out to a couple million users by next week.

Unfortunately, only a "small population" of users now have access to the test feature, Facebook told PCMag.

Facebook is testing a keyword snooze button

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