It’s an important day here at Code School. If you’ve been following along with the Google I/O conference in San Francisco, you may have heard we’re teaming up with Google and its Women Techmakers Program to support women and minorities in tech.
We’re thrilled to announce an effort to support a community of creative, inspiring and hard-working people who make a difference to millions of kids everyday—teachers! We’ve teamed up with some brilliant elementary school teachers to launch Teachers on Pinterest, a hub where you’ll find…
Back to Facebook comments, first change you’ll notice is that the empty comment box with your own avatar has been moved from the bottom of the comment section to the top, trying to incite you to join the conversation without scrolling to the end of the comments. The default view is a collapsed comment view with main comments and the number of replies for each.
On to right top you also see a link giving you a choice to see “Recent activities” or “Top comments”, the Facebook way to gauge automatically relevance of posted content. Be aware that you might not see the last posted comments but those that have a higher relevance, judged by Facebook’s robots. If you are late to a conversation, this certainly might help you to get through the comment threads faster. If you are an active participant on a Post’s comment section, it might get confusing, as you need to make sure you read the “recent activities” stream instead of the top comments. It remains to be seen if the relevance algorithm is actually helpful or just another way to confuse users by making something more complex as it might need to be.
It’s remains to be seen if there are any changes made to the insights for Facebook pages regarding measuring engagement levels and posting stats. How do you feel about Facebook threaded comments?
Sometimes it’s easier to solve a problem by discussing it with a friend over beer. That’s why NetSquared Twin Cities is co-hosting a happy hour this week for nonprofits and technology folk in Minneapolis-St. Paul.
NetSquared Local believes that the best way to build a strong, self…
Embedly is in violation of section 1.4.A of the Twitter Terms of Service by resyndicating their oEmbed API response. With the release of v1.1 of their API we lost our white list status and have been using a stop gap ever since.