The social network giant has unveiled a new set of metrics for its social network — the Facebook Page Viewer.
The metrics measure how many times people share a link, click a post or follow a post, among other things.
While the data does include a few new features, the big takeaway is that Facebook’s Facebook PageViewer is designed to give users more of a “social graph” — something that gives you a more comprehensive understanding of the social networks activity.
“Social graphs are not just data, but a visual representation of how people interact with one another and the networks around them,” the company wrote in its blog post.
“We know that social graph data is important for understanding how people and groups interact, and we’re excited to provide more information about it in the future.”
Facebook’s PageViewers metrics include how many links are shared, the number of likes and shares, the people who are on a post and how many people are commenting on a particular post.
The company also included a few other metrics, such as the number people who click on a link and share a post.
The new metrics, which are only available in the United States, also include a new bar that highlights the top 100 posts of the day, as well as the top posts of a specific day.
These two metrics have a large overlap, with a high correlation between the two.
The top posts on Facebook are also displayed on the top bar, and there are a lot of other metrics like the number who are commenting and how often.
For instance, the top five posts on a day include the top 10 posts of that day.
The other metrics also have a high overlap.
For example, the “top post of the week” of a particular day is displayed on a bar alongside the top 20 posts of other days.
This is a feature that is only available to Facebook in the U.S. However, other platforms, including Twitter, Google and Instagram, are able to show the top post of a day or week in the comments.
This means that you can see which posts have the most engagement, which ones are most shared and how long people are reading them.
The company also showed some new metrics for how long the average user spends on each post.
A number of the metrics were not available for the U., but the company says that it will be rolling out the metrics to the rest of the world soon.
The metric that Facebook shared, “Number of shares,” shows the number the average Facebook user shares per post, and it also shows the percentage of users who are engaging with a post over time.
The Facebook Page viewer also shows users how many posts they have seen on the platform.
For example, if you are a Facebook user in the Netherlands and have recently visited the United Kingdom, you will see a bar with the number you have seen of each post, along with the country and the number that you have read.
This is a great new feature, especially since Facebook is still working on a universal social graph feature.
The social graph is the thing that makes a social network like Facebook work.
With Facebook’s Page Viewers metrics, it looks like the company is doing a good job of getting users interested in the social graph.
However at this point, Facebook is just rolling out a set of features and metrics that will help users get an idea of how active their networks are.
That being said, the social network has plenty of other new features in the works, and the company may release more new social graph features in a few months.