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Facebook Is Testing Profile Tags Just Like LinkedIn

by onJuly 29, 2015
 

Have you ever looked at your Facebook profile page and lamented that the one thing it had been missing was — profile tags? Do you know, just like the ones on LinkedIn that purport to list your professional skills therefore colleagues and potential employers will instantly see what you’re good at?

Well, obviously Facebook has return around to thinking that such profile tags are desirable for your personal profile, and therefore The Verge is reporting that it’s already started testing the conception on accounts in New Zealand.

When Asked by The Technical School Web Log Whether or Not This Was Real or Some Quite Optical Phenomenon, Verge Reader Luke M. Told Verge That

Concerning Facebook’s New Profile Tags Feature and Therefore The Company Confirmed It Had Been Testing Them Out With The Subsequent Statement:

“Profile tags are an original tool that allows you to and your friends add tags to your profile to spotlight the items that describe you and what you’re into.”

Created as a part of an inside Facebook hackathon, the new feature can allow you to add tags to your own profile, or let your friends add tags for you, that you need to approve before they become in public visible. Tags are free-form, which suggests you’ll be able to sort in just about no matter you would like, even including emojis.

Facebook Is Testing Profile Tags Just Like LinkedIn

Just like LinkedIn, you’ll assign tags to yourself, or your friends will assign them at your approval. And being Facebook, you’ll produce no matter tag you want — you won’t have to pick from a set list. You can even use emoji — which can likely be the kicker.

How the tags can truly be used although, there is no word yet on when Facebook will start testing or rolling out the new profile tags elsewhere. According to Facebook, this feature is presently only being tested in New Zealand, with no word on when other countries would possibly get to take it.

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