When Facebook announced last week that it was simplifying its privacy settings, one of the changes it mentioned was the ability for users to change the privacy settings on their past cover images. That change has apparently been extended to pages, as well.
Facebook continues to enhance the information available via its five-star ratings system for pages, following up January’s moves to display pages’ average ratings in stars and add breakdowns of users’ ratings and a numerical average when users hovered over the stars with the addition of the numerical average to the left of the stars.
Facebook added a list of keyboard shortcuts to the inbox where users retrieve their messages.
Facebook must really, really want its users to start writing reviews.
In addition to Facebook’s redesigned events page, the social network also created an easier way for users to create duplicate events.
Some Facebook pages that have been converted to the new desktop layout are prompting users who have not yet liked the pages to “Get updates from (page name) in your News Feed,” with a like button included on the right-hand side.
Facebook appears to be testing a feature that would greatly benefit page administrators who manage multiple pages — the ability to scroll through all of the pages they manage in the “Use Facebook As” option.