Facebook is working with Google to provide ads for the News Feed on Google+ and Google+ Photos, a move that will allow Facebook to better reach users on the web.
The two companies have long worked together to deliver content to users on mobile devices.
Facebook and Google are hoping that the partnership will help them provide a more personalized and compelling News Feed experience on desktop.
“Facebook and Google have a lot in common and we are very excited to be able to work together on this,” Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, wrote on Twitter.
“Together we can make more news in our world.”
The partnership is expected to begin in late 2018.
It will allow users to customize the News feed on their mobile devices and customize the look and feel of the pages.
Users can also view posts and comments that have been updated, search for news items and subscribe to news feeds.
The news feed will not appear on Google+, but Facebook will allow people to subscribe to its YouTube channel.
It is unclear when Facebook plans to roll out this new feature.
Facebook announced plans to build its own news feed in 2016.