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More Facebook page administrators are now seeing the option of designating a Preferred Page Audience, which was apparently introduced in February, and the social network appears to be experimenting with other tweaks, as well.
Reader Chris Ruberg of OneCommand shared the screenshots above and below with SocialTimes. The feature allows creators of new pages to define the target audiences of those pages to the social network.
Ruberg also pointed out that ad dayparting — running ads during a specific time period and ensuring that users are served those ads during that time period in their respective time zones — is now available via Ads Manager, and that stickers can now be added to photos posted by pages.
Page admins: Have you noticed or used any of these features yet?