Facebook has launched a new “Messenger Coronavirus Community Hub.” Currently, the new messenger explains how Facebook users, communities and businesses can stay updated during the coronavirus pandemic.
For those who’re already using messenger, the latest messenger hub isn’t going to introduce anything much that you should worry about. Just expect to see things like how parents and educators, can host virtual playdates or use voice and video calls to check in on students and colleagues.
Other useful ideas of the new hub are its ability to suggest initiatives to battle the spread of misinformation and connect developers with credible health care organizations like the World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control and UNICEF.
If you’re using the messenger, then you can find a warning against scammers, who could possibly want to take advantage of the pandemic to attack users.
Even though Facebook has been struggling to keep up with very high traffic on its platform since the COVID_19 outbreak, it has continued to update with new features like the new messenger coronavirus hub.
The social media giant added a coronavirus ‘information centre’ to its News Feed recently, and it’s also running free WHO ads to counter unverified claim and news.
Still from Facebook, WhatsApp also released a WHO chatbot to share reliable information. Another Facebook-owned company that is playing a vital role during this pandemic is Instagram where you can now find “Stay Home” sticker” on its Story.
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