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Those friends will receive a notification saying someone has a crush on them, but they won't know who it is - unless they happen to also have a crush on you... Again, kind of like any dating app, but it works exclusively among your friends.Facebook Dating will now be available in Colombia, Thailand, Canada, Argentina, Mexico, Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Laos, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay, Guyana, and Suriname.It's opt-in, so you will only see other people that are open to meeting new friends, and vice versa." In a bid to prioritise Facebook Messenger, Stories, and Groups, Facebook is giving your feed a major shakeup, so that 'living room' vibe of talking to people you know and communities you're part of are at the top.Here's what it'll look like, with changes to Facebook's desktop site happening over the next few months, and the app rolling out changes as of now. "You'll be able to seamlessly share a video from the Facebook app on Messenger and invite others to watch together while messaging or on a video chat," Facebook says."We still believe great ideas can come from anywhere," Byttow says."It’s more important what is said than who said it.Again with the whole 'living room' vibe, Facebook wants you to be able to watch things at the same time as your mates on Messenger. Instagram has been taken over by influencers flogging all kinds of products for a while now, and brands have also been able to tag their products with shopping information for a while, too.
When Secret launched in February, it quickly became the most talked-about new social network in Silicon Valley.
In a pivot from those scandals — which all, you'll notice, played out in the public spheres and comment sections of Facebook, not in the private corners of Facebook Messenger, for example — Mark Zuckerberg sketched a new vision for the platform he created out of his Harvard dorm almost 15 years ago.
Facebook and Instagram have now become the "town square", Zuckerberg admitted on Tuesday — which is essentially a polite way of saying that the platforms have become places where strangers gather to yell at each other in public — but that's soon going to change, he said."Now we're focused on building the digital equivalent of the living room, where you can interact in all the ways you'd want privately." In a nutshell, Facebook wants to do something completely unradical: they want to go back to their original vision of being a place to chat with your family and friends.
Unless you've been living under a rock (or distracted by Instagram), the last few years have been riddled with controversy for the world's most iconic start-up.
From the Cambridge Analytica scandal which revealed millions of users' details had been harvested for political gain; to the endless scourge of 'fake news' spreading and threatening democracy; to shocking accusations of military personnel in Myanmar using the platform to incite genocide.