Facebook celebrates Ramadan with new features
Facebook celebrates Ramadan with new features

The Facebook platform announced a number of new tools to help users celebrate the month of Ramadan (Ramadan), which in turn is restricted to the global Coronavirus.

Features discovered through social apps during the holy month, when many people are still unable to meet, it becomes increasingly important to encourage communication and celebration.

Last year, the Facebook community shared more than 20 million messages and commented on "Happy Ramadan". On the first day of Eid al-Fitr, video calls over WhatsApp increased.

On Facebook and Instagram, people's contribution to Ramadan will be twice as high in 2020 than it was in 2019.

Facebook this year invited more than 2 billion people around the world to celebrate Ramadan and the holy month with the hashtag #MonthofGood.

Starting today, people will have more opportunities to discover, inspire and express their virtues through Facebook apps, and find ways to show them to the community through new resources and features.

People can also share their charity work and keep in touch with friends and family during the holy month. That's why Facebook released a new guide to help people celebrate Ramadan and introduced 30 ideas for the #MonthofGood Month project.

Throughout Ramadan, Facebook works with creators, communities, publishers, and NGOs to highlight and inspire others to make a positive impact on the community.

British producer (Basma Khalifa) will post a series of videos on Facebook celebrating change-makers and small businesses in the Muslim community.

Creators from around the world shared the special moments of their Ramadan celebrations throughout the month with a series of live Instagram videos highlighting the voices of various Muslims and the content of the Instagram hashtag #MonthofGood.

Additionally, those looking to make charitable donations or pay their zakat during the month can turn to Facebook and Instagram to reach non-profit organizations such as Rahma Global, UNHCR, the Molham Volunteer Team, Zakat Foundation of America and thousands of others around the world. To find. Charities collect donations during Ramadan to provide groceries, supplies and emergency relief to those who need them most.

People can share their charity work and keep in touch with friends and family through new Instagram stickers designed by Hala Al Abbasi and new WhatsApp stickers by Murad Kalkavan during Ramadan.

New stickers are rolling out in the Facebook app, Messenger and Messenger Kids are adding new camera effects and stickers.

Family reunions can watch exclusive Ramadan series from content creators (like Khaled Al Amiri and Nevis Yemek Traveler) and networks like MBC on Facebook and IGTV.

People can also hear Live Suhoor Talks, a global series of events hosted by artists from the United Kingdom, Asia, the Middle East and North Africa with weekly talks about food, fasting, mental health and well-being.

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