New Facebook Feature Could Mean The End Of Facebook Stalking
Jul 13, 2012 11:44
The days of snooping around your ex girlfriend's profile are about to be taken from you, as Facebook has just announced today the launch of Facebook Groups, which lets people know who has viewed certain items on the social network:
Facebook groups are spaces where you can share things with the people
who care about them most. You can use groups to connect with important
sets of people like your family, soccer team or book club.
today when you visit a group, you can view who’s seen each post. This
way you can stay updated on the group’s activity.
The great news is that Facebook stalking might soon be a thing of the past. So far the new feature only applies to Groups, but we can see this extending to all aspects of the social network.
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