Who reads post comments before clicking on a link on Facebook? Well, we do – simply because we hate click-baits. And that is about to change.
Facebook wants to create a better environment for people. The world’s largest social network aims to bring people closer together. Their success story is pivoted on connecting people. Of course, with the wide network, brands and content makers started to capitalise and inundate news feeds.
However, accordingly to new numbers, 50 million fewer hours a day have been shaved off from Facebook. It works out to be around two minutes less per person on average as Facebook has 1.4 billion daily users. But it’s really how you want to interpret the data.
People are suffering from social media fatigue. The social media honcho wants to change that and announced that the mysterious Facebook algorithm will reinforce its core values.
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So what exactly are the changes we should be expecting and what core values does Facebook have? Here, we sum it up for you.