Facebook Rooms, the social network's semi-anonymous messaging service, is back—sort of.Going forward, those in Australia and Canada will have access to Rooms inside Facebook Messenger.
Featured Room Examples: As the name suggests, the Regional Chat Rooms subcategory includes a myriad of topics separated by geographical, racial and age groups.Since these Air G chat rooms are aimed at smaller niche audiences, discussions are often more focused than those in the Featured Rooms section.Communities develop within these rooms, yet are still open to new users.Users can create your own Air G chat room, or join another previously created.Or create private rooms to talk about films, the environment, or typography, the Courier-Mail reports.
It could also come in handy when organizing large events like protests and rallies or sending out alerts, Tech Crunch points out.Rooms is designed as an outlet for people to talk about interests their friends may not share with other like-minded individuals, Facebook Messenger Product Manager Drew Moxon tells Australia's "Group chats today are focused on people you know—friends and family—and what we've found by talking to users is there's a lot of need for conversations about specific topics," Moxon said."This will be for topic-based conversations and so people can talk with others they may not know." If this sounds familiar, Facebook initially released a standalone Rooms app for i OS in the US in October 2014, allowing users to chat anonymously about various topics.Indian Politics.com, where your favorite political figures meet behind the scene to discuss the current state of nation. So, here we are sharing the chat session script with you, which we got even before Wikileaks. It appears to be more sensational than Arnab’s interview of Rahul Gandhi.