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e-Commerce Features Coming Soon To Facebook

By Chris Crum

May 27, 2015

A new feature Facebook is testing could turn the social network into more of an e-commerce market place or digital swap meet. You'll soon be able to search across Facebook for items to buy from other users.

Do you use Facebook to sell items currently? Is this something you may do in the future?Let us know in the comments.

This could not only place Facebook in competition with sites like eBay and Craigslist, but also increase Facebook's functionality in the search space.

Buying and Selling on Facebook
TheNextWeb reports that Facebook is testing a page for "All For Sale Posts," which lets you view items for sale across Groups. It looks like you can view items by category or search across all public for-sale groups. In other words, you could go to this page, and just search for items like you would on eBay, Amazon or anything else. Here's what it looks like:

It expands on another feature the social network recently launched. In February, it added new buy/sell features to Groups.

"Now, For Sale Group [...]

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