Facebook trialling new feature linking accounts to Instagram, LinkedIn and Snapchat profiles

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It is reported that social network giant, Facebook, is going to introduce a new feature which will allow you to search for your friends on the rival social networks.

The website has already started displaying obvious links to some of the users of the other social media networks’ accounts. The all other social media networks are Instagram, Skype, Pinterest, Twitter, Vkontakte, LinkedIn, Snapchat and YouTube.

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These networks appear as large buttons, which are placed in between the users’ profile and the menu bar containing About, Photos and Friends options. It will allow the complete appearance of the users to be accessed spontaneously.

And, now Facebook users will be able to put the links, of their other social media network account, to their profiles in the About section, but this feature may or may not be able to produce any distinctions.

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Last week, Mark Zuckerberg posted his manifesto, in which he said that he wants to connect the Friends and Family to make social infrastructure for community and this step seems to fulfill his desire.

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For now, the company is testing the new feature and focused on Android and iOS apps rather than testing it on the desktop.

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Muhammad Irfan Raza
Irfan Raza is Editor at TechWafer covering Everything about Apple including Mac, iPhones, iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook, and How-tos.

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