The social media giant is testing a new feature on its mobile platform that allows users to search through multiple feeds based on their interests.
The main news feed isn't going anywhere, but users will have other options such as 'Sports' or 'Style' to choose from.
'So we are testing feeds for people to view different stories from people and Pages based on topic areas.'
This new update was first noticed by Jason Stein, co-founder of WindForce Ventures, who let the world know about it in a Tweet on Tuesday.
The secondary feeds 'borrow heavily' from Facebooks Paper app, according to The Verge, as it automatically organizes posts from people and pages you follow into different sections or feeds.
The Verge reports that Facebook is also testing its new Marketplace feature, which will allow users to purchase products simply by clicking an ad.
Products listed on the pages will vary from person to person, as they are based on Pages each individual has liked on their page.
This feature is available, but only to a few lucky users in the US.
Earlier this month, Facebook rolled out modification to the News Feed that allows users to comment, share and like posts even when they are offline.
According to Facebook, by caching content on users' smartphones, they will be able to access to relevant unread content.
In a blog post, the social network said that the improvements are aimed at 'improving News Feed for everyone, no matter [their] connection speed or device.'
The tweaks will affect the way stories appear in a user's feed when they are using a weak or intermittent connection, such as on their morning commute.
This could also prove to be a boon for users in developing countries, many of whom may be accessing Facebook on phones over slower 2G connections
Currently, when the News Feed loads, Facebook's algorithm pulls in the latest and most relevant stories for the user.
However, the majority of users may only scroll through the first few stories, meaning there is a wealth of unread posts.
The new update takes this into account, as well as checking whether images are available for stories.
Altogether, it means that users will be able to access new, previously unread content.