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Facebook Music Launches Tomorrow Unveiled by an Employee Accidentally in a Deletd Tweet

Wednesday, September 21, 2011




Facebook music to start tomorrow. This everyone knows. But not everyone knows exactly how it works, because Facebook is tweaking things until launch. But tonight, an employee inadvertently revealed a feature of Facebook murderess of the service.

Ji Lee, creative director that Facebook has stolen away from Google in April, released the following earlier tweet:

The "Listen to your friend" in the ticker blows my mind. Listen to what your friends are listening. LIVE.

Within minutes, Lee deleted the tweet, but not before Mitchell Holder grabbed a screenshot. Yes, Lee is describing a key feature of Facebook Music launching tomorrow. Not only will all music you’re listening to appear in the just-launched right-side ticker, there will be a link to “Listen with your friend”, that when clicked, will allow you to listen along to the same song at the same time (thanks to the magic of scrobbling and track matching).Undoubtedly, this feature is already live on Lee’s Facebook account, and he probably didn’t realize he wasn’t supposed to talk about it yet. Earlier today, Lee used his Facebook account to leave the status:
Ji Lee is listening to Black & Blue by Mike Snow and feeling happy it’s another beautiful sunny day in California.

Another thing we can confirm: the music unified "remote control" on Facebook has been deleted, as Peter Kafka first reported yesterday. This means that to control the music (play / pause / stop / next track / etc) you will have to switch between windows in the service of music itself.


2 comments:

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September 21, 2011 at 9:15 PM
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