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How to make your Facebook friend more like a boss live broadcast

A new feature on Facebook’s mobile app is designed to make it easier for you to connect with your Facebook friends.

The feature, which lets you add up to 10 Facebook friends to your Timeline, has been in beta since early February and it’s currently live on the Facebook app.

If you’re a Facebook user, you can open up the feature and see the new friend status that pops up in your timeline.

You’ll see the friends’ profile picture and a link to “Like” it.

The friend will then get a “like” button, with a blue circle indicating that it’s a friend.

This link will open a pop-up menu where you can select the friend you want to add, click the “Like,” and then “Follow” the friend.

If you want, you could also choose a “follow” button and it’ll open a menu where the friend can follow you.

This is where the “follow on Facebook” feature is most useful, because if you follow someone on Facebook, they’ll get a notification when you click on their profile picture to “like,” which means you can see their “like.”

The friend also has a profile picture that can be shared.

You can click the friend’s profile picture or scroll down to “Add friends” to add a friend, and it will appear in the list of friends you can follow.

Once you add a Facebook friend, you’ll see a “Like.”

Click the “Follow on Facebook,” and the friend will be added to your timeline as a friend on Facebook.

If someone on your timeline asks you to “share,” you’ll get the “share” button.

To share a photo or video, click on the person’s profile photo or tap the link.

The video will appear on the timeline and you’ll be able to share it.

The friend’s “Like and share” links are also customizable, so you can add or remove the link depending on the situation.

If your friend’s Facebook profile picture is too busy or you don’t want to share photos of them, you will have the option to mute it or delete it.

If your friend doesn’t like the photo you’re sharing, you may have to close the “like and share,” “follow and share.”

If you’ve ever had a friend who doesn’t want your “like on Facebook for your friend” on Facebook because they’re too busy to see you, this feature may be a useful tool.

If so, I’m sure you’ll want to try it out.

You can see a video preview of the feature here:Here’s what the Facebook Timeline looks like now: