Facebook is testing a new layout for Open Graph app stories that look reminiscent of one of the most popular apps out there: Pinterest.
The new design gives app stories a little more face-time on your News Feed, and gives you the ability to do things like comment or like a particular element of a story.
For instance, one example we found of the new design showed a number of items a friend had recently liked on Etsy. Photos of each are displayed in a Pinterest-like grid on the screen, and buttons below each allow you to comment of or like each individual photo.
App-specific actions can also be incorporated into the process. Inside Facebook noticed the feature on a Foodspotting post and found that when clicking on stories you could also “want a dish” directly from your News Feed.
Currently the feature appears to only be for applications that are heavily photo based, and only appears to be available for some users.
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We’ve reached out to Facebook to find out more about the design update.
Do any of you see the new Pinterest-esque designed pages in your News Feed? What do you think about the design? Should it stay or should it go? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.