By Euro Weekly News Media • 07 October 2011 • 11:44
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I HAVE had a lot of emails over the last few weeks and it seems everybody is up in arms about the latest changes to Facebook.
In this day and age with technology constantly evolving it seems we are inundated almost every day with new features, new interfaces and improved designs that can sometimes make your head spin.
Facebook is no exception and has made a lot of changes over the past year and just recently made some major modifications to its features. Whether you’re a fan or not they are here to stay.
One feature that Facebook has changed recently is its news feed layout. Before you had two feeds: the “Top News” and “Most Recent News” but if you only logged in occasionally you wouldn’t see anything that had happened a week ago.
Now the most interesting stories will always be displayed at the top so you won’t have to worry about missing anything important.
Prior to this change, you had to scroll down quite a bit to see what had been posted the day before. If your business relies heavily on social media, then this is labour intensive. Now with the new customizable news feed it will save you a lot of time in the long run.
Next week I will be looking at the new subscription feature.
See you then.
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