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Mark Zuckerberg has officially given the thumbs-down to adding a dislike button to Facebook, effectively putting an end to speculation that users of the social network would be able to express their dislike for their friends’ posts.
Facebook is reportedly working on a secret new productivity-related website that will allow users to chat with co-workers, connect with their professional colleagues and collaborate on documents online with other users.
In a major move away from its traditional insistence on members using their real names, Facebook has introduced the Rooms app which allows or even encourages the use of pseudonyms.
Lander, the easiest-to-use landing page platform, has recently launched its new integration with Facebook that allows users to create their own Facebook landing pages or Facebook tabs without
Facebook will provide a more up-to-the-minute feed, which will give more priority to posts and comments that friends have made on currently trending topics, and will give precedence to posts that have been liked very recently, rather than those that have simply been liked many times.
Social media users: if you’re tired of clicking on sensationalistic-sounding news headlines only to be disappointed by the content (or lack thereof) in the actual article, you should be pleased with changes to the News Feed announced by Facebook officials on Monday.
While people strive to present authentic images on social media websites, many of them admit to having faked part of their online profiles in order to conform to expectations and social norms, researchers from Aalto University in Finland claim in a new study.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.