Facebook, the world’s most popular social networking service, has been working with Google on a new “social login” feature that could be used to store passwords and access accounts.

The social login will be used in a variety of ways, but Facebook said it’s “a new one we’re working on” and it’ll work “by default on Facebook”.

Facebook said it plans to release “a preview” of the social login feature to users within the next few weeks.

“We’re looking forward to showing you this new experience soon,” Facebook wrote in a blog post.

“It will be a new social login that is accessible by default to Facebook users.”

Facebook said the social Login feature will let users “login instantly” and “not only use their existing Facebook account, but will also give them the ability to easily switch to a new Facebook account without having to re-enter their existing password.”

It’s a new one, but it’s a great one.

We’re working hard on it.

— Facebook (@fb) October 5, 2018The new feature is said to be “not just a way to access Facebook, it’s also a way for Facebook users to manage their accounts without having any of their data, including photos, uploaded to Facebook, or other data, stored in their Facebook account.”

Facebook added that it’s working on “an optional privacy setting” that will make the feature “more personal”.

“We’ve been working on a privacy setting for our new social Login for some time now, and now we’re excited to share it with the world,” the company wrote.

“The new privacy setting will make it possible for users to opt out of Facebook’s use of their information, while also letting them see their Facebook friends’ friends’ photos.

We hope that you’ll enjoy it!”

In other Facebook news, the company said it would launch a new type of mobile payment feature for users in the coming weeks.

This feature will allow users to pay for content with mobile wallets, which Facebook said would be “coming to mobile soon”.

Facebook also said it was working with mobile payment service Venmo to enable users to “pay for content in your mobile wallet on your phone”.

It’s also working on making mobile payments “even easier for businesses”, the company added.

This article was updated on October 6 to include Facebook’s new mobile payment plan and Venmo’s partnership with the company.