Is Facebook on the Track of MySpace: Complains On Rise !

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Social media titan Facebook is, apparently, going through some rough patch.  At the time when company is under constant attack from Google+ in social media space, problems are only increasing with the number of risen complains. Few days earlier Facebook launched several new features – “smart friend list” and “subscribe button” to be in competition with its arch rivals Google+ and Twitter.

However, such launches have only raised the eye-brose of users. Users are feeling uncomfortable in sharing their views publicly. With the launch of new features, number of comments on posts raised with exponential rate which are making users annoyed.

Whether is it technology behind the features that has encouraged users to come forward and complain? Or has unhappiness with the site that reached its critical point.

Ever since the launch of news feed section in September 2006, users have complained about every single change made by the company to the site.

But this time it proves to be a worth as technology itself influences people to post complains.

Maximum number of posts, users interact with, are based on complains related to Facebook and most of the posts have same dialogues.

Also, one of the most common posts in all of this consist of advice: “clicking one’s language preferences in the “account settings” portion of the site to U.K. English supposedly turns the news feed layout back to its old format”.

Some of the most common posts are:

 Readers how many of your Facebook friends are complaining about the site? And let’s see what will be the future of Facebook and how will it solve users’ problem?

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