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Facebook rolls out the ability to edit user comments

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Facebook has started rolling out a tool that allows users to change their comments on the site after posting them.

Many people find that they have left a glaring typo or mistake in a comment on someone's Facebook status update.

Facebook knows that, and so has now introduced the ability to edit comments on the site.

According to reports, this tool will be available to all Facebook's 900m+ members over the next couple of days.

The new editing option, long called for by the site's users, only applies to comments, rather than status updates.

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tech/news/a389074/facebook-rolls-out-the-ability-to-edit-user-comments.html

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facebook keeps tweeking little things to make it feel fresh and stay relevant all the time

leaveityeah

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r.i.p facebook

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r.i.p facebook

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noticed this couple weeks ago on pages

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Bare editing

Come like goal line tech

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facebook will never die trust me

its gonna be like a internet passport

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facebook will never die trust me

its gonna be like a internet passport

this.

there may be trouble ahead.

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I still haven't got a Facebook

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facebook will never die trust me

its gonna be like a internet passport

There was a time when many would have said the same thing about msn,myspace,blackchat,face-pic etc now look at them.

They are dead and buried .

Social networking usually hits its peak for around 3-5 years then it dies

Then people move onto the next one . (twitter)

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Facebook is a lot more integrated In peoples lives that all the older ones that died.

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yet they still cant implement an 'unlike' button

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facebook will never die trust me

its gonna be like a internet passport

There was a time when many would have said the same thing about msn,myspace,blackchat,face-pic etc now look at them.

They are dead and buried .

Social networking usually hits its peak for around 3-5 years then it dies

Then people move onto the next one . (twitter)

nw if u think of all of those features, facebook has those

including twitter, twitter is just a lil bit more open

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yet they still cant implement an 'unlike' button

Not to be pedantic but there is an 'Unlike' button per se...

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yet they still cant implement an 'unlike' button

Not to be pedantic but there is an 'Unlike' button per se...

lol. I think he means 'dislike' ?

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My facebook is dead these days..everyone jumped on twitter

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I doubt FB is gonna die, its not like the other social media tools that died...Its ALOT more integrated.

Also I've noticed ppl disappear for a few months but always come back (myself included).

Alot of twitter users are still very active FB users, whereas previously one tool was dumped completely for the new one.

I think its purpose may change though........

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I don't think it can be compared to myspace and the older social sites.

Peoples nan's weren't on myspace and people weren't loading up myspace on their phones everytime they had a spare 5 mins. Facebook has become a habit to most, it gets loaded up without thinking, like people just switch into autopilot and it takes them to Facebook.

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Tbf smartphones have helped Facebook/twitter a lot.

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twitter will never die

it's up there with sites like wikipedia and ebay

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i think facebook and twitter wont die simply cos there are so many celebrities/companies/sports etc etc on there putting content and updates. It seems more easier to get info from a fb page or a tweet than going to the individual websites.

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I don't think fb will die because it has such a massive partnership with other sites.

You don't even need an account for most websites you can sign in through facebook

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yet they still cant implement an 'unlike' button

Not to be pedantic but there is an 'Unlike' button per se...

lol. I think he means 'dislike' ?

fb too corporate to have a dislike button

imagine a coca cola page or suttin have more dislikes than likes

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if facebook had a dislike button would be too many girls killing themselves..imagine a chick posts a pic thinking she looking hot then all a sudden 322 dislikes.....gonna cause too much trouble.

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youtube has dislike, dont know why facebook cant

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