• http://ohheyworld.com/ Drew Meyers

    I think we all need to figure out a way to ignore our fb “newspaper”…

  • Ray

    Whatever Facebook. You’ve become an absolute joke over the past year or two. Crap like this just highlights the fact.

    I still don’t know anyone at all that even has the new Newsfeed which was announced 6 months ago.

    As for Graph Search – what a flop.

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com/ Nick Stamoulis

    I’m really intrigued to see how that Story Bumping actually looks…I feel like it might make the newsfeed even more cluttered because those missed stories will be pushed into the most recent updates, messing with the timeline.

  • Robin Ruff Leja

    This change is meant to placate the businesses who use it. Of course, because they are the ones who pay the bills. But for the every day user, these changes are a mess. First of all, it’s confusing as all heck. I never know when to stop scrolling down to new content because everything is out of order. Having the option to choose “Most Recent” content is now a joke, so why bother to offer it? Another joke? Offering the option to turn off the comments and likes of my friends. Doesn’t matter a bit, because all comments and likes now jump to the top of the feed every time they happen. Yes, it creates more interaction with “old” status updates. Who cares? I find it hard to believe that 80% of FB employees liked the new algorithm, because 100% of the people that I know don’t like it one little bit. And please don’t think that am one of those people who are not open to change. Far from it. But please at least allow us an “out”, that is, a way to change the settings to keep from seeing an endless stream of posts every time someone interacts with an old post.