A new social media tool aimed at making friends with the likes of President Donald Trump has made headlines in recent days.
The tool, parler, allows users to upload a photo and name a friend to the site and tag it as a friend on Facebook.
The name is part of a series of keywords that are displayed to help users identify each other and avoid getting tagged as friends.
Users also have the option to set the image to a custom background color and have the person to be tagged added to a friend’s group.
“There’s not a whole lot of options on parler,” said Parler co-founder Nick Sibson.
“I’d rather not have to worry about being tagged.”
The company was founded in 2015 by Sibs father, Daniel Sibbs, who founded Parler with his daughter, Samantha.
The company has more than 200,000 members, with users from nearly 40 countries and a number of social networks.
Sibbons son, Jonathan, said the company is looking to build partnerships with more than a dozen other social networks to add more users.
“The people who use Parler are people that aren’t on Facebook or Twitter, they’re not using Instagram or Snapchat or Instagram or Twitter,” Sibbys son said.
“They want to make connections, and they want to see things that they can be friends with.”
The tool has not yet been made available to the public.
The Parler platform allows users with a Facebook account to upload their name and friends, and tag them with a string of words.
The user can also choose a background color, choose a word, and add a person to their friend list.
The names displayed in the top-right corner of the page are a user’s own and not linked to their social network.
The users are tagged with a short description of their friendship and can tag them to a group of other users.
Sideshows the user to the other users, the user can choose to see their profile picture and choose a profile picture.
When the user selects a photo to share, they are prompted to set a profile photo and add their friend to their own.
Sysltely tagged with their name in the photo, the photo is displayed and the user is invited to follow them.
Sikes the company has received more than 20,000 likes on Facebook, Sibbers son said, adding that there are more than 100,000 people who have joined the company on Facebook as well.
“We’re really happy to have this on Facebook,” Syssson said.
Ses Sibbys social media presence is not limited to the social network platforms.
The business is currently looking to expand its reach beyond social media to other areas such as advertising, and marketing, Sysbys said.
The Facebook app for iOS and Android is currently in beta.
Sbss son, who is currently an executive at the company, said that the business is in the process of hiring for an advertising position, which is currently a part-time position.
The parler website can be accessed by signing up for an account on parlers website and logging into the service.
Users can add an image to their profile, add a name to a photo, choose the background color for the image, add friends to their list, and choose to be a friend.
The service can also be accessed through Facebook Messenger.
The Sibbies Facebook account can be seen at parler.com/friends.
Says Daniel Sbsson, “We are definitely looking to hire more people, more employees, and we are working to build that into our business.”
Sbssson said that Parler is looking for an “attractive, passionate, experienced person to help us build the brand and grow our business to be successful.”
Parler has a very broad customer base.
The app is currently available on Android, iOS, and Blackberry, according to the company.
Sces Sibby is currently CEO of Parler.
He added that the company’s goal is to grow its user base and attract new users, and added that Parlers mission is to help people make connections and build their networks.
The team has already created a new app, Parler Social, which will help users find others in the same city.
Sigs is the founder and COO of Parlers social media platform.
The startup is in discussions with several potential advertisers.