Wednesday, November 24, 2010
This morning, while perusing Facebook, I noticed that friends were being suggested for a list I created. Upon further review, I found this was also true for the new group feature that recently rolled out.
For Facebook lists, the number of suggestions looks to be around 10. As seen in the image above, suggestions include the add button, friend's image, name, and ignore button. For groups, the number of member suggestions currently shows only one person. It displays the friends' profile picture, name, number of connections with current members, and an add to group button.
Thanks to the new feature, I have already added a few people I missed during the initial creation. Overall, I like it. It promotes community and involvement with potentially related individuals. The feature helps me manage my thousands of friends into meaningful groups.
What do you think about the new feature? Have you used it yet? Would you use it? Let me know what you think in the comment section below.
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