A new feature on Facebook is allowing users to see how their friends are doing online.
Users can now view friends’ status updates, including when they are online, how many times they have visited the page and if they are currently offline.
The feature was introduced on Monday, the same day the Facebook-owned social media platform revealed it had shut down its app.
“I love it.
It’s the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen,” said Francesco Calabria, a Italian Facebook user who works for a construction company in the southern city of Tuscany.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the new feature was designed to help users better understand the social network and how they interact with each other.
“It’s a new way of viewing the news and updates from friends and followers, and also a way to get a better sense of how they are feeling on a daily basis,” Zuckerberg said in a statement.
The new feature is designed to show users how they’re faring on Facebook, where users can find out more about each other and how Facebook is working to increase transparency and accountability.
Facebook has been battling with regulators over how to crack down on fake news on the platform, including a series of lawsuits over content, such as posts that appeared to be hoaxes.
Facebook was also criticized in May when it was revealed the company had been monitoring the news feeds of over 200 million users across the world.