The Facebook Lite application was first introduced in 2015 to users in the United States, and the app is now available worldwide this year, while Facebook is now trying to turn it into a crisis response tool rather than simply keeping it social.
According to India’s phonearena, the first step is to bring some features from the full version of Facebook, such as Community Help, which was launched in February. According to Gyeong Soh Choi, Crisis Response Product Manager, adding community assistance to Facebook Lite Aims to expand the availability of these crisis tools to a larger number of people.
“Our priority is to build tools that provide people with ways to get the assistance they need to recover and rebuild after the crisis. By providing community assistance on Facebook Lite, more people can get the help they need in times of crisis,” he said in a statement.
Community assistance aims to provide Facebook users with all the information necessary to help them find food, shelter, and transportation in the event of natural disasters and building fires. These are just two types of crises that will automatically activate the security check feature if you are at the affected site.