Some one-sided conversations on Facebook are about to become two-sided, as the social network revealed late Friday that page administrators will be able to comment on public reviews of their pages for places, with full rollout slated to wrap up “in the next week or so.”
Despite Instagram’s rapid growth, the Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network still does not have an official application for Apple’s iPad tablet, and developer Codegent is looking to fill the void with Flow, which debuted on the iTunes App Store this week.
Facebook appears to be testing a feature on certain pages for places that allows users to save bookmarks to the pages, in both desktop and mobile, and to share those saved places with other users.
Facebook appears to be testing the ability to filter search results by category, with the option directly beneath its search bar to see all results, people, pages, places, groups, applications, or events.
Facebook is adding review buttons to pages for places, located between the like button and the messages button, joining the follow button spotted earlier this week by reader Matteo Gamba of Wimdu, who also shared the screenshots for this post.
The people talking about this tally was missing from Facebook pages Wednesday, as pointed out by several readers, and while we initially assumed it was part of changes to page insights announced by the social network last month, it turned out to be a coding error.