Meta makes single Accounts Centre for FB, Instagram, Messenger

The family of apps of Meta – Messenger, Instagram, Facebook - has billions of users all across the world. It is also turning it simpler to manage particular settings present in the three apps. According to Robert d’Apice, director of product management at Meta, it will be made easier by Meta in order to find and manage several settings across the three apps. The changes will get shown in Accounts Center located under the settings menu for Instagram, Facebook and Messenger. In the Accounts Centre, the users will now be getting things like passwords, personal details, security and Ad preferences, making it easier for people using multiple apps to manage their settings. Mentioning about the example of ad preferences, d’Apice said that the ad topic preferences can now easily be made compatible for Instsagram and Facebook accounts by the inclusion of those accounts to the same Accounts Centre.
Particular improvements to certain ad settings controls are made by Meta, helping people to understand and oversee their ad experiences across its apps.
It was also stated by the company that it is turning it easier and simpler for people to better comprehend their options when it is about witnessing ads displayed by Meta on other websites and apps. It was also stated by Meta that it is discovering newer ways to render people the capacity to witness more ads about the things that are interesting to them, with the added option of seeing lesser ads about the things that are not interesting to them.
Users will also be getting the option of the inclusion of over one account to the same Accounts Centre. Users will also get the chance to put their accounts in separate Accounts Centre. D’Apice stated: “For the people choosing to do so, they will still be having the access to the same settings with the option to apply them to separate accounts.” Meta said that these changes will be effective from today onwards, with the gradual roll out to everyone using Instagram, Facebook, Messenger in the coming months.


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