Facebook is expanding its 'Community Help' feature

Facebook is expanding its 'Community Help' feature
Facebook is expanding its 'Community Help' feature


Facebook is seeing the 'unprecedented' demand for Coronavirus 'self-service' in reality.  And so maybe the company is encouraging users to help their neighbors.  The social media network is expanding the 'Community Help' feature to do the work.

 Facebook users will be able to help with vehicles, groceries, children's content and volunteer work by posting on the 'Community Help' feature after the new update.  Similarly, it will be possible to post without asking for help.  - News technology site Engadget.

 With the help of a filter, it is possible to find the desired help and find the one who is seeking help.  The page will also have a link to the fundraiser and Coronavirus Information Center on Facebook.

 Earlier, during a natural disaster, Facebook brought its 'Crisis Response' tool as a community help tool.  As it turns out, the 'community help' option has gone to Facebook in the event of a natural disaster or other emergency.

 Much has happened in the current coronavirus context.  The feature is already available in the US, UK, Australia, Canada and France.  Many other countries are expected to roll out the "in the next few weeks" feature.