Facebook came out with yet another new feature on Monday that will allow you to save pages that interest you and access them at a later, more convenient time.

This is great for someone like me who often sees things of interest on Facebook but doesn't have time to read the article attached. (I never seem to be able to remember who posted about it, and then I never get to read it.)

The web and mobile feature, which is called "Facebook Save," was created to help people who don't have time to explore links, places, movies, TV shows, etc. immediately.

You can access the feature on any page by using the "Save" button which can be found near the "Like" button. The pages you save will be archived into a list that will be organized by category, and that list will be accessible at any time that you're on Facebook's website, iOS app, or Android app. Facebook will also remind you about the items you saved by promoting them in your news feed.

Your saved pages will be completely private unless you decide to share the content.