October 5, 2011 by staff
Because many people are not happy with these changes, users will inevitably hold off any thoughts of your accounts or migrate to other services such as Google +. However, there is good in the change.
Many have expressed disgust at the chat bar, and for “news ticker,” Facebook, which serves as a secondary news source.
It was more attentive to the Facebook staff, however, to replace the old “profile” with the user name and profile picture, just in case the user experiences a sudden loss of identity.
Another positive note is that the collections of miniatures have been dramatically expanded in the news service, so that the display of the photo uploaded to their full capacity is no longer necessary to click on the image.
Although many changes have occurred in recent weeks, there’s more to come, including a complete review of the profile, soon to be known as the “Schedule of Facebook”, which gives a completely different look and feel on the site.
Its main purpose is to serve as a scrapbook of the user’s life. “Timeline” will consist of a broad and open “cover” the space with only a picture, and below that, the stories and applications. Other changes are coming that will allow users to do many things without leaving Facebook, ranging from watching programs Hulu for music on Spotify to get the latest news updates from Yahoo.
While all users do not like the constant changes that are not prevented from using Facebook, because they are likely to adapt to changes within 48 hours of application.
Despite numerous complaints from users, Facebook will remain a popular Internet destination and thriving. While any change will bring some negative reactions, in the end people always grow back like it, or at least get used to it.
A popular rumor that Facebook will begin to charge users a fee. This is false. Main Facebook, pre-login page says that Facebook is free and always will be.
Comments from users have stated that Google + has suddenly begun to look more attractive. Even so, Facebook will continue to define the social interactions of this generation of networks.
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