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A New Way to Flirt on Facebook: Use the "ask" button to find out the relationship status of the person you like

Facebook has taken stalking to a whole new level: The social media giant announced the new “ask” button...

A New Way to Flirt on Facebook: Use the "ask" button to find out the relationship status of the person you like

Facebook has taken stalking to a whole new level: The social media giant announced the new “ask” button, which allows users to ask about a friend's relationship status.

 

The new “ask” feature will appear on those Facebook profiles that haven't listed a relationship status. While the owner doesn't see the button, the asker will. When you click “ask,” a message is sent to the user related to the status. You can ask him/her out for a drink, or dinner, along with sending an enquiry to specify a single, married, engaged, or civil union status.

 

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Users can choose to respond to the asker only, or to all of their friends if they want the response to be public. A minor flaw of the new button is that only friends can ask about relationship statuses. “Ask” is available for all US users, but it will roll out to the rest of world in the weeks to come.

 

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Facebook began introducing the “ask” feature for phone numbers, jobs, email addresses, and hometowns in January, across the mobile and desktop Facebook versions. Now, the “ask” button extends to relationship questions as well.

 

Facebook's latest feature, “ask,” allows users to utilize this social platform to easily find dates. So, I guess, let the weird romance-stalking begin.

 

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