Facebook Launches Nearby Friends Feature So You Can Never Be Alone

Facebook Launches Nearby Friends Feature So You Can Never Be Alone
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Facebook has announced a new feature called Nearby Friends which helps users discover which friends are nearby or on the go.

If you turn on Nearby Friends, you’ll occasionally be notified when friends are nearby, so you can get in touch with them and meet up. The feature is optional. The user can also choose who can see if their nearby (for example: your friends, close friends, or a specific friends list) and Nearby Friends can turn be turned on and off at any time.

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Find your friends nearby and meet up

If you turn on Nearby Friends, you can also choose to share a precise location with the particular friends you choose for a set period of time, such as the next hour. When you share your precise location, the friend you choose will see exactly where you are on a map, which helps you find each other. Then you can meet up and spend time together.

See when your friends are traveling

When Nearby Friends is on, you can see when your friends are traveling if they’re also using this feature and sharing with you. You’ll be able to see the city or neighborhood they are in, including on their profile. When you see a friend visiting a place you’ve been, it’s the perfect opportunity to send a recommendation for a great restaurant. You can also make last-minute plans to meet up with a friend who happens to be in the same place you’re headed to.

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