Reminiscent of the old AOL chat rooms, it could get Facebook users to meet friends of friends and spend more time on the site.
Facebook verified with me that it’s testing the feature, but wouldn’t comment on details beyond saying “we do test things from time to time with a small percentage of users.” These tests can be a small as a fraction of a percent of all users, and are sometimes isolated to particular countries, so it’s unlikely you’ll see this in your own Facebook unless the feature does well and receives a wider roll out.
Meanwhile, it’s battling independent international players like Whats App, sticker-focused products like Japan’s Line, and novel communication forms like Snapchat.
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We found that is poorly ‘socialized’ in respect to any social network.
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Facebook has built a new feature codenamed “Host Chat” that lets people set up chat rooms their friends can join without an invitation, a source familiar with the feature tells us.
I’ve contacted Facebook and it confirms it has begun testing this feature in the wild.Chit Chat for Facebook is another application that will let you chat with your friends without having to enter the webpage details and log in, and it will also let you post comments on the walls of your contacts.However if you are not a user of Facebook social network but you want to chat anyway, another option is Nimbuzz, that will let you keep in touch with your friends in an easy way.The leak comes as Facebook is fighting a war for messaging.It’s own cross-platform chat competes with SMS, Apple’s i Message, and now Google’s new unified messaging system Hangouts.Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).