Google is giving people the tools to use their social network to find friends, and in some cases, get new friends.
Grom Social, a social network aimed at people with autism, has now added a new feature called “jesuas social network” which lets users share the contents of their minds Facebook profile.
When someone adds a photo to their profile, the feature will send it to their “jews social network”, which will display the photo in a menu bar and add it to the profile of the person they are messaging with.
“It will also show them on the jews social networking and in a special menu bar on the right side of the screen,” the article explains.
“In addition, you can add your own profile to the jesuahs social network.
You can also change your profile picture.”
To access this feature, go to the settings menu in your social networking apps and then click the “add a profile” link.
In a video that explains the feature, Jésus Social CEO, Jérémie Dias, explained that this feature was introduced in an attempt to bring attention to autism, and to encourage people to meet new people.
“We were able to get people to be aware of autism and to be involved with the support of their families, friends and neighbours,” she said.
“This was a good thing for us because it meant people could see the difference between their own mental health and the mental health of others and help people.”
The social networking site has since added a number of other features to support people with autistic spectrum disorders, including a “jets social network”.