Facebook is looking to get a ‘Beta Test’ going, as the company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed that he would be launching a beta test of his company’s new social network in the coming weeks.

In a post on his personal Facebook page, Zuckerberg confirmed the news, saying that he will be working on a beta version of the service for a “short time” and that he is excited to announce the new features and features coming soon.

While he did not name the new social networking service, Zuckerberg announced that the company will be rolling out “features that are important for people around the world”.

He did, however, say that the new version of Facebook will have a few things in common with its previous “beta” test, the “Facebook” version of which he announced last week.

The Facebook beta will feature a host of new features, such as a ‘Friends’ tab and ‘Profile’ section, and will be able to connect users in real-time with their friends.

The social network will also be offering more in-depth information about what people have seen and shared, as well as how they are interacting with each other. 

The announcement comes just days after Facebook rolled out a beta of its new “Facebook Messenger” application, a tool that allows users to communicate in real time with other people on Facebook. 

Facebook Messenger is expected to be available in a beta form for a few weeks, as it continues to iterate on features that are already present in the current version.

According to Zuckerberg, Facebook Messenger will not have any real-world functionality like Instagram or Twitter.

He has also revealed that his company will have its own mobile app, but that it will not be available until a later date.

Facebook’s Messenger app is also expected to have a lot of new functionality that is not currently available in the social network, including new “favorites” sections and a “Like” button that will allow users to quickly post a photo to their friends and followers. 

According to a report by The Verge, Zuckerberg has previously stated that Facebook’s new messaging app will not work for everyone, with many people using Messenger on mobile devices, and not on the desktop.

The new social media company will also roll out its new version sometime next year, with Zuckerberg telling investors that the app will have “more features that you’re not seeing on Facebook right now”. 

 While Zuckerberg has promised to roll out new features to Facebook Messenger in the future, he did, in fact, mention a couple of things that are not currently in the beta: the new Facebook app, and new features for Facebook Messenger.

He also promised to keep improving Facebook Messenger, saying “I’m not just talking about updates and features that I’ve been talking about in the past.

I’m talking about the new stuff that we’ve been working on”.

The company has also been pushing new features in its social network to the public, such with new “friends” sections that will show users more details about each other, and the “About” section, which will allow you to view a user’s background and background photos.