Just a few months ago, Facebook embraced anonymity, by launching Rooms, an app that let users create their own personal “space” to interact with users under an assumed identity. Now, Rooms receives an important update that helps users find exactly what they’re looking for.
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As the announcement reads, the reception of this app has been overwhelming. A large numbers of Rooms where created varying from college fraternities and depression support to Kendama tricks. In order to make it easier for users to find exactly what they’re looking for, Rooms has added an ‘Explore‘ button on top-left app. When pressed, users are presented with a variety of different Rooms that resonates with their interests.
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