Friday, 05 Jun 2020

Facebook activated safety check feature after 7,4 earthquake hit Donggala and tsunami in Palu


IllustrationIllustration - Facebook activates Safety Check after an earthquake measuring 7.4 on the Richter scale struck Donggala and Tsunami in Palu, Central Sulawesi. This feature can make it easier for users to quickly find safety information for relatives.

Safety Check is a feature on Facebook to inform the safety of users on Facebook in the disaster area. So that later relatives and friends connected to their Facebook accounts can find out the safety of users.

Relatives and friends can also check the state of relations in the disaster area quickly. The way this feature works when Facebook detects a disaster in an area, Facebook will activate this feature in the home page of the user account.

The given user will be given two answer options, the first option is the user confirms his safety. The second option is that users can answer that they are not in a disaster area. The link is

For users who want to ensure the safety of relatives in the disaster area. Users just open the "Crisis Response" page on Facebook. When the latest disaster area will appear, the user chooses the disaster area to be searched.

Then after opening, it will appear in the feed related to news from the media, photos, videos, to post related to the disaster. At the top right of the page, there is information about Facebook friends of users affected by the disaster.

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