"There's even a room called 'Kicks From Above' that showcases photographs of cool shoes in cool places." To sign up, you provide an email address.Even though Rooms comes from the Facebook Creative Labs, the app will not connect to Facebook.People who create rooms can choose everything about them, from the colors used to the cover photos.
Facebook is going after those conversations as competition heats up with Twitter over digital advertising dollars.Earlier this year, Facebook rolled out Twitter-like "trending" topics that show popular stories on the site.Miller said at the time he was joining the giant social network with the goal of building Branch at Facebook scale.With Rooms, people can be as public or as private as they want."We want to give people flexibility because that's what they want."Rooms, Miller added, is planning Android and desktop versions.
This site is awesome, I've been coming to these free chat rooms for at least 3 years, and it's changed a lot. Ohh, I love the teen chat rooms, 1 year and 10 months ago, I went on there for the first time, and I met this guy called Josh, and from then on he has changed my life, we have been dating form then, and even though we live apart the relationship is great, I would have never met him if it wasn't for you guys, thank you so much, I love you allll.It doesn't even ask for your first or last name when you sign up.Miller says he's Josh in a room that discusses the technology industry, but chose "jm90403" (his initials and hometown ZIP code) for a room he started on backpack traveling.Last year, it debuted hashtags, with words preceded by "#" so users can more easily track conversations.But Facebook is largely built around sharing private moments with friends so breaking into the public realm has been challenging.The goal is for people to use the name or nickname that makes them feel the most comfortable discussing the topic, Miller said.