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Jane Manchun Wong Sep 2
Replying to @wongmjane
The fact that Facebook is following suit after Instagram indicates they have confidence the pros of hiding like counts outweigh the cons
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Jane Manchun Wong Sep 26
Replying to @wongmjane
Spoiled 25 days before launch
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Abd_Er_Rahmen Sep 3
Replying to @wongmjane @Techmeme
What about the DARK MODE !? We wait for it 🤔🤔
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Jane Manchun Wong Sep 3
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Chinar Mehta Sep 2
Replying to @wongmjane @Techmeme
You’ve written that it’s to reduce the anxiety of the user about the perceived likability of the post. Do you think there are other reasons or benefits Facebook/insta get from this?
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Jane Manchun Wong Sep 2
Replying to @_chinar_ @Techmeme
I think the side-effects of these mental health burdens will make people less likely to post their personal content, making the platform less active. And might drive people away to other platforms
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Mie🇳🇬 Sep 2
Replying to @wongmjane @Techmeme
But Instagram still shows like counts
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Trung Vuong Thien Sep 2
IIRC they're doing the experiment in 7 selected countries only, so if you don't live in those countries you won't see any change
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Mark Fishman Sep 2
Replying to @wongmjane @Techmeme
Glad to see you're tying these to a blog now! Hopefully that will help you get the credit you deserve when changes you discover go into effect
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Bruno Zupan Sep 2
Replying to @wongmjane @Techmeme
hmmm... I wonder if we will still be able to invite those people to like the page... in the last 2 weeks I got banned 2 times because "I was going to fast" although I'm doing the same thing for years now...
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