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New Facebook Feature Suggests Events Based on Your Online Activity


Facebook already suggests friends and ads to you. What's the next logical step? Events, of course! Wondering what to do this Saturday night? The social networking site may have the answer.

According to the Verge, Facebook is beginning to roll out a new feature that will suggest events in your area. The feature will draw on your Facebook check-in history, brand page activity and the RSVPs of your online friends to compile a list of events it thinks you'll love. So if you've been interacting a lot with your heavy metal friends, be prepared for a bunch of Iron Maiden event invites in your mailbox.

The feature will even pick up on the tracks you're listening to on Spotify to suggest concerts! Still no word yet, though, when Facebook will message folks for you throwing the next great party and beg them to put you on the waiting list.

I just checked out my own list here and I have to say I'm a bit disappointed: many of the events are completely uninteresting to me. Check it out and let us know if Facebook suggested anything you might consider attending. 

Source: The Verge

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