Facebook appears to have tweaked the status update interface in its iOS application, moving the functionality for tagging friends, adding activities from structured status updates and checking in to buttons located at the top, adjacent to users’ profile pictures.
Facebook appears to have quietly revamped its Places page, adding distinctive cover images and different sections by city and category, along with integration with the social network’s page locations application-programming interface, Graph Search queries and user-generated content. Reader Matteo Gamba shared several screenshots with AllFacebook.
Facebook released the second part of its study of users aged 13 through 24 in 13 countries, with culture experts Crowd DNA, and it found that it was able to divide users in that age group into three segments, based on age — optimists, explorers and realists.
Facebook is the social network most shoppers turn to for information to help make their purchasing decisions, but the importance of products that are shared on the social network is often overstated, according to the results of a recent study by website A/B testing solution Visual Website Optimizer.
That was quick: One day after Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg mentioned during his town-hall question-and-answer session that the social network was working on adding more ways for users to control the content that appears in their News Feeds, product manager Greg Marra announced the release of new News Feed settings in a Newsroom post.
Election Day is underway in the U.S. Tuesday in what stands to be an important midterm election year, and Facebook is doing its part to encourage users to vote, as well as keep them informed on where users are voting throughout the country.
With Election Day in the U.S. set for Tuesday during this midterm election year, Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project examined how Facebook and other social networks, as well as mobile devices, factor into how voters consume political information and follow news about the elections.
Don’t you hate it when you get blamed for something someone else did? A recent ruling held parents liable for their child’s harassment of another student, but should mom and dad really be sharing the responsibility for their wild child’s reckless behavior? Speaking as a fellow parent, I think the answer is obvious: Hell, yes!
How does Facebook’s real-name policy apply to joint accounts shared by both members of couples? According to a recent survey of 2,387 U.K. Internet users 18 and older by Voucher Codes Pro, 11 percent of respondents shared joint Facebook accounts with their partners.