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Facebook revisted

Okay, so now I know I am with a lot of people for this one when I say facebook needs to stop making changes, because I don't know how they think that are making things easier they are not like with the most recent one where its sorts you online friends into who it thinks that you want to talk to and it is always wrong. It is like my facebook wants me to do all the things that I hate such as How I always get recommendations for things I could care less about.

And to me with every update lately everything has just been getting wayyy more difficult to do!!!

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The only thing that I disagree with what Facebook has done so far, is how they separate your friends list.

I hate having some online friends mixed in with my offline friends, it can make it difficult to pick out who's online and who isn't.

What they should have done, is sorted your "most chatted with friends" or whatever and keep them on top, but don't display them if they are offline. Theirs no reason to have offline friends display in the chat box.

Other than that most of the changes aren't really that bad.

They just hit everyone with all the changes at once. This is bad to do and Facebook knows this. But they are trying to keep up with Google+ and I totally see why.
Ghost Rider103 on Fri Oct 14, 2011 9:32 pm
Facebook can't confuse me. I simply don't use it.
I am tried of companies that insist that you 'like' them in order to get a possible deal. I just purchase from other companies that I like but do not need to 'like'.
standready on Fri Oct 14, 2011 10:11 pm
Not sure what you are referring to standready?

Nobody said you have to like facebook, and they don't exactly sell a product, as Facebook is free. So comparing them to a company that sells products isn't relevant.
Ghost Rider103 on Sat Oct 15, 2011 8:46 pm
Ghost Rider, I am talking about various companies with a facebook page. They insist that you 'like' them on facebook to get coupons and other deals from them. My latest example is a frozen pizza. In order to get a coupon you must 'like' them on facebook and take a pledge. I call that buying 'likes'!
Sorry for the confusion.
standready on Sat Oct 15, 2011 10:11 pm
Ah, your post makes sense now. Smile

I agree with you, however in some cases, companies that I really actually do like, I see no reason why giving them the "like" would be a bad idea at all.

But for companies that force you to "like" to get coupon codes or whatever (I haven't experienced this myself yet..) are just trying to force advertisement. Besides, getting a discount for "liking" a company's Facebook page doesn't sound like that bad of a deal in my opinion.
Ghost Rider103 on Sat Oct 15, 2011 10:19 pm

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