Even a cursory Google search of Gopman’s name would bring up articles about what he had said three years prior.
It’s unclear whether Twitter’s HR department did similar digging before hiring Gopman.
So you could feasibly use it to find a work colleague you’ve talked to but haven’t added on the social network; or it might come in handy for finding neighbours as you move to a new village.
But the focus is very much on creating new connections, rather than strengthening existing ones.
Facebook is rolling out a new section on mobile called “Discover People,” which encourages users to introduce themselves by updating their profile, then scroll through a list of upcoming events to see who else may also be going, as well as browse through lists of people in their city or who share the same employer.
The social networking giant is rolling out a new feature called “Discover People,” according to a report from Tech Crunch, which is aimed at connecting you to people you might share interests with who you’re not already friends with.When you tap into the new section, the header at the top asks you to introduce yourself.This involves Facebook guiding your through your current profile to update its various sections.Facebook commonly adds and removes new features here as means of testing user engagement and interest.For example, this is where you’ll find more recent additions, like Offers, Find Wi-Fi, and Send or Receive Money, to name a few.