More New Changes to Facebook

Facebook has changed far more of the site than what it formally announced, adding to users’ unhappiness with the site.

Some of Facebook changes have gone live earlier than others, and there are a few live tests in the mix, but the unannounced features include:

  • Posts can now be as long as 5,000 characters, ten times the previous maximum length.
  • You can no longer accompany a friend request with a message.
  • Part or all of the navigation bar can remain on the screen even when you scroll down the page.
  • You can create bookmarks, labeled favorites, in the left-hand column.
  • Birthday reminders appear in the upper right side well-wishes now show up as notifications on the upper-right-hand corner of the screen, near where you see poke notifications.
  • Friend lists that existed before the new smart list prompts have an entirely new management interface.
  • The poke button has become a link tucked into a pull-down to the right of the add friend button.
  • A thumbnail image of the user, and his or her name, appears in the right corner of the top blue navigation bar; when one surfs the site using a page alias, the name and main image appears in the same place.

 

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