After less than two years, Facebook is shuttering its live shopping feature, parent company Meta announced in a blog post Wednesday. As of Oct.
1, users will no longer be able to host any new or scheduled Facebook Live Shopping events. Facebook Live will continue, the company said, but you won’t be able to create product playlists or tag products in your Facebook Live videos.
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