Facebook is allowing users to buy merchandise from other brands, including e-commerce giant Shopify, and it has rolled out a feature to make this possible.
The new integration allows users to order from brands on the Facebook Marketplace, a way to pay for merchandise they may not have been able to buy elsewhere.
The feature, which is now rolling out in Canada, will make it easier for users to pay when they go to the Facebook Store, where a purchase can be made.
It also allows users who are shopping on Facebook to pay by using their smartphone.
“With Shopify in Canada we can offer you products for $0.99 with our secure payments system,” Facebook said in a blog post.
“This is an exciting new feature for customers who want to pay with Facebook but have a limited number of Shopify products to choose from.”
Facebook Marketplace: What you need to know About Facebook Marketplace The Facebook Marketplace is an online shopping site that offers discounts on products and services to the Canadian public.
It currently supports Amazon, Apple, eBay, Gap, Kmart, Nike, and more.
Users can browse the site to see what other brands are selling, and when they have found a product they want to buy.
For example, if you want to go to Amazon and buy some shoes, you can do so from Facebook.
The site also offers discounts and coupons for a range of items, such as furniture, appliances, and home goods.
“We will continue to roll out these features across Canada to help Canadians buy and sell more products,” a Facebook spokesperson told The Wall Street Journal.
“Users will be able to pay on the Shopify Marketplace for purchases made on Facebook.”
A Facebook spokesperson added that the Shopifie Marketplace feature is still a work in progress.
Facebook has yet to announce when the feature will be rolled out to the U.S. and Canada.
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