#AceSocialReport – May.21: Social media giant Facebook has announced a new safety feature for its users in India. With this new feature, Facebook users in the country will be able to lock their profile: Enabling the feature will give restricted access to the user’s profile to people who are not in the friends’ list: Once a user locks his/her profile, non-friends or the people who are not in the friends list will not be able to share or download his/her profile picture and cover photo. They will not be able to even zoom into these photos. No unknown person will be able to see photos as well as posts shared by a user on the Facebook time: This includes both new and old photos and posts:
Facebook now lets users ‘lock their’ profiles, here’s how it works according to GadgetsNow
How to turn on ‘Lock your Profile’ feature:
- Visit your profile page and tap on ‘More’ under your name
- Look for ‘Lock Profile’ tab here and tap on it
- Tapping on it will prompt a confirmation message. Click on ‘Lock Your Profile’ to lock your profile.
Facebook has also added an indicator on the profile page to remind users that their profile is locked: The company says that the new feature is especially designed for women Facebook users “who want more control over their Facebook experience”
In another news, Facebook has rolled out its Zoom rival Messenger Rooms for all users across the globe: The video conferencing tool was first announced by the company in April this year: The platform supports up to 50 participants in a video call without any time limit: To join a Messenger Rooms video calls, it is not compulsory to have a Facebook account. However, creators of the chat room on Messenger Rooms must have a Facebook account to share links to invite anyone to join.
#AceSocialDesk report ……………Published: May.21: 2020:
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