Picture this: you’re all alone on a Saturday night and you’re in the mood to do something fun. But watching a movie or playing games seems like pretty tedious activities. But fret not, because now you can have more fun and more parties with Facebook Events.
You’re probably wondering what can Facebook do for you entertainment, given the fact that, in the past, the event section did nothing more than to fill your inbox with tons of invitation to parties or events that were not in your taste.
You can now rest assured because Facebook has it all figured up. Taking heed of various feedbacks coming from several Facebook users, the tech giant has decided that a few changes wouldn’t hurt. And so, Facebook recently announced that it has released a new update for the events sections. This update will accommodate iOS users.
By now, as Facebook pointed out, you’ll be fully in charge of Facebook events, meaning that you can tell Facebook something about your tastes in events. Based on your profile, Facebook will now be able to compile a bucket list of events taking place near your location.
Moreover, you will also be able to turn off the feature if the new update is not your cup of tea. By analyzing your profile, Facebook events will be to offer a great number of suggestions when it comes to the local events. And you can be sure that most of them will be in your taste.
Instead of letting Facebook suggest random events, you can now customize the interface in order to show only relevant results. Furthermore, you’ll be able to do more than select the nature of the event. The new update comes with a built-in event timetable, meaning that you get to choose when Facebook should start looking for parties or concerts.
How does that help us? Let’s say that you have a lot of work to do this weekend or you’re simply not in the mood to party. You can tell Facebook when to begin searching for local events simply by scheduling a search interval. Facebook will then draw a list of events and will notify you the next time you’re free.
Moreover, the new update comes with yet another perk. You can tell the app to search for events even when you’re out of town.
We are eager to see how the new update fares. But, judging by it’s performances, it should help us more on the line of what to do when we don’t have anything to do.