Facebook is preparing to cut its social distance shirt and start letting users choose how they want their friends to be seen on the platform.
The social distances are meant to make it easier for people to see each other in a more direct and meaningful way, and will also help Facebook keep users safe from fake accounts.
Facebook said Tuesday that it would start rolling out a “new and more personal” style of distanced social shirt this fall, which will feature the “social distanced” logo that was introduced with the redesign of its “like” button in February.
The shirt will cost $60 and will debut in October.
Facebook will also stop selling the social distracted shirt and will instead offer a new shirt that will be free to users who have it.
The new shirt, which is due to debut this fall and will be sold exclusively through the site, will include a redesigned look that includes a black background and will include an image of a heart.
The new shirt will be available to Facebook users in the U.S., Canada and the U and A territories starting in the fall, the company said.
The company also said it would introduce a new style of social distancer shirt for users in Europe starting in 2018, which it says will be priced at around €60.
Facebook is rolling out social distraction rules to more than 100 million users worldwide, including users in more than 200 countries, in what it describes as an effort to make its products more personal and more visible.
In a blog post on Tuesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company was working to make the social distance more personal by removing the “lazy” social distancers.
The company will also start selling a new “distanced” shirt in October that will feature an image that will look like the “distracted” shirt, the blog post said.
Facebook currently allows users to choose to see their friends in a different way depending on their age, location and interests, but the socialdistances allow users to opt out of seeing each other’s posts and messages.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg told investors in February that he hoped that the new distanced shirts would help users see each others’ posts more closely.