Facebook today launched a new tool that allows U.S. users to raise food, clothing and other necessities for those in need. The feature, called drives, is provided through Facebook’s existing community help center, where Facebook gathers requests and offers help in the local community. The community help was first launched in 2017 as a way for Facebook users to pool resources after the crisis. By 2020, novel coronavirus pneumonia was widely used as part of the Facebook new crown pneumonia operation. Even a global Community Help function was also available to help those affected by the new crowns. < / P > < p > now, with the economic crisis caused by the new crown epidemic in the United States and millions of people losing their jobs, 12 million people may lose their unemployment benefits when the country’s health care bill fails in December. In addition, food insecurity and inability to pay bills, including rents and mortgages, and manage other household expenses are affecting millions of people. < / P > < p > Facebook plans through an event that will allow users to create and share their own efforts to collect items for those in need. < / P > < p > to create a drives, users need to enter community help hub in Facebook search. Then click on the “request or offer help” button and click “create drives” in the bottom form. After that, users can fill in the form and set the number of items they want to collect. When drives is released, others will be able to see what else is needed for this target drive. Once created, drives will appear on the user’s news feed and timeline, just like a regular article. < / P > < p > although the feature has been launched today, Facebook’s initial blog post said it might not be widely available to everyone for a few weeks. < / P > < p > Facebook points out that all posts in community help, including drives, will be reviewed to ensure that they do not violate Facebook’s community standards or community help product policies. These policies prohibit insensitive and promotional content, spam, untrue posts and posts from users under the age of 18. The company also said it would remove a post if it found a violation. < / P > < p > at the same time, instagram will soon acquire new financing tools. Today, instagram users can raise money through stories and stickers on instagram live. A new feature will allow instagram users to post fundraising information on their instagram feed, but Facebook has not provided a specific time when the feature will start. Global Tech