The instant messaging app has already shaken things up with gif search and secret basketball games, but now it hopes to excite users with a new video chat feature.
It’s not the first time Facebook has offered video chat.
Evidence suggests that technologies such as instant messaging (IM) and text messaging may be effective ways to provide teens and young adults with sexual and reproductive health information.
In September 2010, Planned Parenthood Federation of America launched a text and IM program designed to provide immediate answers to urgent sexual and reproductive health questions from a reliable and confidential source and to link young people to sexual and reproductive health services if needed.
This could be helpful in circumstances where you want to describe something, like a new outfit you’re thinking of buying or how cute your dog is when it snores.
WISP – Winning is so pleasurable WITP – What is the point? WUZ – Whats Up WUZUP – What is Up WWJD – What would Jesus do? ‘It’s perfect for sharing quick moments with friends who aren’t right by your side or making your conversations richer by seeing each other face-to-face when you are messaging,’ Facebook said.‘Instant Video is a reflection of the ubiquity of video — we simply expect to have that ability in real-time, all the time.’ Snapchat has a similar feature which has been popular.A bivariate analysis was conducted using chi-square tests for differences in the main covariates by mode of conversation.In the multivariable analysis, logistic regression was used to identify factors that were independently associated with prechat levels of worry and changes in worry postchat.