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Facebook Rolls Out New Range Of Emotions Tagged ‘Reactions’ To Complement The Like Button

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The problem with the like button has always been how you utilise it to express support, especially on a sad post. It seems kind of psychopathic to ‘like’ someone’s post announcing the death of their mom.
So Facebook have been working on a new range of emotional reactions to posts for their users, and it is finally being piloted around the world.

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Mark Zuckerberg Promises To Stop Infuriating Facebook Game Invites

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Mark Zuckerberg

All those people I barely know on Facebook who keep sending me Candy Crush saga invites, you days are numbered.

Because the Facebook CEO himself, Mark Zuckerberg- has promised to put an end to the practice. According to him, with enough complaints they have realised the issue is a priority now.

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OBS: New Facebook Hook-Up App Shows Which Of Your Friends Want To ‘Bang’ You…Are You In For It?

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A controversial new Facebook app shows users of the social network which of their online friends are prepared to meet up for no-strings attached sexual encounters.

Bang With Friends claims to help users ‘anonymously find friends who are down for the night’ by pairing up any that are both attracted to each other.

However, doubt has been cast over how anonymous the app really is, since it has an apparent loophole which shows prospective users which of their friends are already using it before signing up.

Logging into the app shows a screen filled with the profile pictures of your Facebook friends of the opposite sex – it appears to be designed exclusively for heterosexual pairings.

Beneath each of the profiles listed sits a button labelled ‘Down to Bang’ which users can click to indicate that they are sexually interested in the friend in question.

Clicking the button switches its label to ‘Awaiting Bang’ but will not notify them of your interest. Unless, that is, they are also users of the app and have also clicked the button beneath your face too.

If that happens, then the app will send a notification email to the address listed on your Facebook account informing you that you have a match.

However, despite its promises of anonymity, the app appears to have a serious glitch that could cause serious problems for users who prefer discretion.

Like other Facebook apps, when users sign up to the service it shows a screen asking them if they are sure, but also showing which of their friends are already using the app.

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OBS: Facebook Tests ‘Pay $1 To Send Message System’, Would You Be Paying?

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If you are addicted to Facebook and have no other life or means to make real friends, I am sure you will be paying…

It does not seem much but then I can’t just understand why I will be willing to pay $1 to Facebook so that I can send a message to a person who has not ‘friended’ me?

Facebook plans to charge a small fee of $1 from users who sends a message to the inbox of a user who has not befriended them on Facebook.

What is currently happening is that, if you send a message to a non-friend, the message ends up in the person’s spam folder. But for the $1 fee, you will be able to send a message to a non-friend and the message will go directly to the person’s main inbox.

Facebook made this known in a blog post….

“Today we’re starting a small experiment to test the usefulness of economic signals to determine relevance….This test will give a small number of people the option to pay to have a message routed to the Inbox rather than the Other folder of a recipient that they are not connected with.”

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OBS: Facebook Tests 'Pay $1 To Send Message System', Would You Be Paying?

facebook 1 dollar messaging system
If you are addicted to Facebook and have no other life or means to make real friends, I am sure you will be paying…
It does not seem much but then I can’t just understand why I will be willing to pay $1 to Facebook so that I can send a message to a person who has not ‘friended’ me?
Facebook plans to charge a small fee of $1 from users who sends a message to the inbox of a user who has not befriended them on Facebook.
What is currently happening is that, if you send a message to a non-friend, the message ends up in the person’s spam folder. But for the $1 fee, you will be able to send a message to a non-friend and the message will go directly to the person’s main inbox.
Facebook made this known in a blog post….
“Today we’re starting a small experiment to test the usefulness of economic signals to determine relevance….This test will give a small number of people the option to pay to have a message routed to the Inbox rather than the Other folder of a recipient that they are not connected with.”

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LIFESTYLE: Do You Have Needy Friends?

It does not matter if you are male or female in this situation.  Needy friends can be very annoying as he or she depends on you for everything…and I mean everything!  Whether it be emotional support, financial assistance, psychological respite; a needy friend is definitely someone that you might want to sever yourself from immediately. … Read more

Random Ridiculousness : The Mean Guy Who Slapped Eazzy On Facebook Over Keitta's Vote Campaign

Social media platforms like Facebook can make you wonder if some people get up from bed angry or it is simply their nature. The sort of things some people say on Facebook and Twitter are ridiculousness. A typical example is the screen shot below. Eazzy went to Facebook early this morning to try and get her … Read more