I remember reading that when it first came outIn regards to this, you might want to see: https://www.theguardian.com/technol...k-sorry-secret-psychological-experiment-users
I can go one better and give you the original document link https://docs.google.com/document/d/...bBgk-u256TD0ptuMHZAbMFt-y4e3kZ0v8HPsGxCjfxus8so can i get permission to repost this on my facebook group?
thank you- much appreciatedI can go one better and give you the original document link https://docs.google.com/document/d/...bBgk-u256TD0ptuMHZAbMFt-y4e3kZ0v8HPsGxCjfxus8
https://www.news.com.au/technology/...r/news-story/cc701892e95ee212995998798ca7eb95They are clearly lizard people who do not understand how mammals work.
They should present posts chronologically without bias like people actually want.If they want a rating mechanism for whether or not the post should have been made / should be removed they need to not redirect reacts we have been using for ages, but institute a new separate parallel system.
That and the insistence of being forced to use the Messenger app on mobile devices (which then asks for nearly every permissions under the sun when getting installed). I refuse to install either the main FB app or the Messenger app on my devices. For those rare times I need to 'chat' with somebody on FB I switch my mobile device Chrome setting to "Desktop Site" which allow me then to view the messages (which goes to show that it's not a technical issue with mobile, just FB trying to drive people into installing their apps).The constant returning to top posts drives me insane. I always change it to latest. I'm not interested in what they think are top posts, most of them are crap anyway.
- Sharing is not caring. Sharing from your page to your timeline/newsfeed is against the Terms of Service. By dropping your page link in a Sharing is Caring post, you are putting yourself at risk to have your account shut down. Sharing posts made on a page you are the admin of is also a no-no. Facebook wants page content to stay on the page. However, if a reader (a non-admin of your page) shares a post from your page, the complete opposite happens. This boosts your ranking in the algorithms. Facebook views this as positive content because a reader cared enough about the post to share it. If someone comments on that readers shared post, you get an even higher boost.
Can you make an alt account and make it the admin of your group? That's what I have done with my pages. Removing your real account from the group's admins might also be a good idea.Losing your own personal account over a group page is taking things too far. So I could lose the last 15 years of my family photos because of a comment made on group page by someone else? That don't fly with me
All this time I thought Sharon was KarenI don't understand this. It sounds like I'm not supposed to share things from my page to my own timeline. Is that what you are saying?
I couldn't find anything like that in the TOS.
Can someone please help me out? And maybe show me where it says something about this in the TOS?