Facebook is rolling out a new feature that lets users search for friends on other social networks, including Twitter, Instagram and WhatsApp.

The company is rolling the feature out across its other social platforms and also on its Messenger app.

The new feature, dubbed “like friends,” will be rolling out to all of Facebook’s platforms in the next few days.

“The new like friends feature is designed to make it easier for people to discover friends on Facebook and get to know each other better,” Facebook said in a blog post.

“This is an important part of our efforts to make Facebook more fun and engaging for everyone.”

The feature lets users “like” friends, who will then appear on their timeline with a “like.”

Like friends will then share more personal information about themselves, including how many friends they have, their age, gender, ethnicity, education and income.

Like friends will also be able to share links to other people’s like and comment on their posts, along with the user’s friends.

The feature will be available for all of the company’s platforms, including Messenger, Instagram, Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, the company said.

The new feature will also allow people to “like, comment, and send friends directly from their own Facebook pages, without having to click through to the social media app.

It will also give people new ways to interact with friends on their timelines, such as sharing images or videos directly from the feed.”

Users can see which Facebook friends they’re liking, sharing and commenting on using the new like button in the top right corner of their timeline.

Users can also share images and videos directly to their timelines.

“As part of this effort to make the app more fun for everyone, we are adding a new Like Friend feature,” the company wrote.

“For friends that like, comment or send friends, they’ll also see the new Like Friends feature in their timelines.”

The new “like and comment” feature is available for both men and women, and the feature can be used for either a more formal, private or casual relationship.