British social media network Facebook, the parent company of Twitter and Instagram, has launched a new map of its network.
The map allows users to navigate to posts and comments by social network or location.
It’s a departure from previous attempts at social networking maps, which often used geo-tagging.
British social network sites Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have become major players in the social media market, but it was a difficult task to map them all in real time.
In April, the company launched a global map of social networks based on geolocation, which was meant to be a way for users to share content and make connections with others.
The new map aims to be more accurate and more complete than the previous one, which has a single geographic location for each social network.
Facebook said it has received hundreds of requests for new social networks to be added.
“The maps on our site allow us to help our users find and share content across the social networks, and allow us and our partners to better target the right content to their communities,” Facebook said in a blog post.
“Our goal with this new map is to help social networks create a more seamless experience for users across the world.”
According to Facebook, “the new map will help users find their way around the network in a way that will be consistent across their geographic location.”
Users will also be able to use the new map to search for a specific person by location.
A Facebook spokesman said it was not the first time the company has built a map based on geo-location.
In January, the site added a new feature that allowed users to see what posts a user has liked, shared or commented on.
This map, like many others on Facebook, will have to be updated to meet the latest geolocations of users in the U.K. and Europe.