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Facebook Paid Subscription Feature coming Soon for Exclusive Content

Group will get new feature Facebook Paid Subscription For Exclusive Content

As we know that Facebook is the world largest social network. And the company regularly testing for new features, updating features, Adding more interesting things and more. Now Facebook is testing a new feature i.e Facebook Paid Subscription for Exclusive content.

Basically, this feature will create some limitations in a facebook group. This is also a good news for Group Administrators because his way user can earn money from their facebook group. Means, group administrators can charge members for providing exclusive content on its platform.

Alex Deve, Product Director, Groups at Facebook, said that “We’re piloting subscriptions with a small number of groups to continue to support group admins who lead these communities,”.

Facebook Paid Subscription Feature

The new feature as part of a pilot programme will be first accessible for Parenting, cooking and home cleaning private groups on the facebook.

Sarah Mueller started a group called Declutter My Home as a way to inspire and motivate others to tidy up their apartment or house. The group quickly became an active community for helping tens of thousands of people across the world to reduce clutter in their spaces. “With her new subscription group, ‘Organise My Home’, members will be able to work together on bite-sized projects, and have access to easily actionable checklists, tutorials, live videos and more to help with home organization,” Facebook said.

“With the new ‘Organise My Home’ subscription group, I will be able to provide this new community with more interactive ways to having an organized home like mini-projects, group challenges, training, and live Q&A,” Mueller noted.

A report in The Next Web claims that now group administrators will be able to charge up to $29.99 (roughly Rs. 2,000 crores) (monthly) during the pilot. The report also added that “For now, Facebook won’t be collecting a cut of the subscription fees,”.

For members, they’re now able to sign-up and manage their subscription through the Facebook app for iOS and Android.

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