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29.05.2015

Remember when you could post, comment and like on Facebook? Those were the days

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7 Responses to ‘Remember when you could post, comment and like on Facebook? Those were the days’

  1. […] Remember when you could post, comment and like on Facebook? Those were the days « Jack Yan: th… on My forced Facebook sabbatical […]

  2. Linda Yan says:

    Dude, you can still post comments on Facebook, that option was never taken away from its users, its part of facebooks spine.

  3. Jack Yan says:

    As the screen shots show, most days you can, but Facebook is so buggy that some days you can’t.

  4. […] my activity with the site where I realistically can, and right now I don’t care if I can no longer like, post, share or comment, which was becoming a very, very regular bug with Facebook anyway. (It’s now getting more […]

  5. […] Your preferences mean nothing: Facebook still profiles you, even after you switch off interest-based ads « Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Remember when you could post, comment and like on Facebook? Those were the days […]

  6. Hi, Jack:
    Facebook is making changes all the time. Maybe this explains the bugs on the platform. Thanks for your info!

  7. […] It all feels very familiar, because this is the sort of bug that Facebook used to cook up, e.g. on days when you couldn’t post, like, comment or share, or tag yourself in a photograph.    I might save the two-minute-long video separately in […]

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