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Facebook “Friend Request” responses to change – who cares?

In Uncategorized on September 18, 2010 by reibroker Tagged: , , , ,

Hmm. This could be one of those, “so what, this could be better” changes on Facebook. Of course with the seemingly Gestapo approach to changes at FB that’s not much of a surprise, now is it? Let us know what you think. Is this a good change or a “so what”?

Amplify’d from mashable.com

On Facebook, you have two options for processing friend requests — confirm or ignore. Today, we’re learning that Facebook is replacing the “Ignore” button with a “Not Now” button, that when clicked, will place the friend request in a separate section called “Hidden Requests.”

Inside Facebook was first to report on the new “Not Now” option, and Facebook has since confirmed that it is indeed replacing the current “Ignore” option for all members and will be rolling it out to everyone in the next few days.

Read more at mashable.com

 

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