70% Facebook Users Vote Against Mandatory Timeline [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Social media titan Facebook is going through rough patches, as complains towards operational and functionality are on rise. Few weeks back it was announced that soon Timeline will become mandatory for all users followed by the introduction of 60 open graph applications to strengthen the significance of it. Though, Timeline was announced in F8 developers meet, but for introduced after two months as an optional Facebook upgrade.

Interestingly, many of the users have still not switched over to Timeline till date, but in coming days they all will be upgraded automatically by Facebook.

Taking the view of the announcement made by Facebook about Timeline as mandatory, an Infographic has been released by SodaHead which enlightens public opinion towards Facebook Timeline.

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Surprisingly, it exposes that near about 70 percent of the users don’t like the new Timeline compare to mere 20 percent who have voted in favor of Timeline. Infographic also reveals that 30 percent users in the age group of 18-24 like the Timeline most, while only 10 percent users in the age group of 65+ likes Timeline.

It also showcases that both male and female have same view towards Facebook Timeline. Near about 77 percent of male and female don’t like the Facebook Timeline compared to 23 percent stand by Timeline.

7 COMMENTS

  1. Dear Dazeinfo,
                       I just want you to realize that name matters the most.

    Hope you understand what I am trying to say 🙂
     

  2. Dear Johnson,

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    I am wondering what made you pass such comment. Either you are not paying attention or more interested in accusing by overseeing it properly. Its not a one man show unlike others probably.

    Btw, pasting comments in different names is not going to help you anyways 🙂

  3. I think Name plays important role Dazeinfo. One such example is the book written by the great Willian Shakespeare, each of us first purchase the book becoz of Shakespeare. 
    Dazeinfo I think your analysts are afraid of revealing their name in public thats why they keep changing their names.  

  4. Just curious to know, whether the name is more important or the content. 🙂

    Anyways, we handpick our Analysts and they are free to use their NickNames, so pls don’t be confused !

  5. Nice infographic, but i’m bit confused in the name as it says Prayushp while the ID mentioned is Pratiyush.p Even the pic shown is Pratiyush. Why these type of ambiguities Dazeinfo, please clarifies me.

  6. I’ve had the Timeline for two months now. I don’t like it at all. It looks like a sloppy Myspace page, and I don’t like the part that says “born” like my life is all in Facebook. By making this change to Timeline, Facebook is changing their product. If I can’t get the old Facebook back I’m going to deactivate my account because it just doesn’t work for me. But I can’t complain because it was free and it was fun while it lasted. But I don’t know if Facebook’s decision to change so drastically will hurt or help them. Remember when Coca-Cola changed their formula?

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