Facebook improves its commenting system

Facebook continues to make improvements one after the other on its website. This time, the feedback system which is in the spotlight, and is adorned with two new features on the ability to mark a comment as spam, or assigning a unique link to each comment.

It’s been a long time that Facebook users claiming the arrival of a button “I do not like” to offset the now famous “Like”, without ever being satisfied. Nevertheless, the social network has just set up a system for recognizing messages considered spam. Comments and recognized by the site will therefore be automatically hidden, and will be posted at the request of the user. The directors of a page will also have the option to sort comments marked as spam, and restore a legitimate comment, to erase, or to prohibit the owner of the comment in question to publish new posts on this page.

Finally, the new is more anecdotal, but it allows to obtain the unique bond of a comment by clicking on the date of publication thereof. This should include facilitating the sharing of a particular message, especially on pages that receive hundreds of comments per day.


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