Facebook Prompts Users To Invite Guests When They RSVP To Events

Much like Facebook recently prompted users to like similar pages when they clicked like on pages’ timelines, it appears that the site is suggesting guests to bring along once users click that they are attending events on the events’ pages.

In February 2012, Facebook added suggested guests to events as a sidebar module, but it appears that the site has taken it a step further by automatically prompting users to invite suggested guests once they RSVP.

Additionally, Facebook added the top navigation bar to page administrators’ main screens. When users manage their pages from the desktop, and they scroll down beyond the cover photo, a navigation bar appears featuring a list of tabs, as well as options to post a new status, share photos, or create a new event or milestone. This is similar to the navigation bar that appears when someone scrolls down a user’s personal timeline.

Readers: Have you seen either of these prompts?

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