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More changes coming to Facebook

On Wednesday, Facebook made a ton of changes to your news feed that had millions of people growling in anger. That includes us, by the way. While many people want to say that it’s a free service that you aren’t obligated to be involved with, that’s not true in our case. We’re internet marketers so we have to be on Facebook and know about all this stuff.

At the F8 conference, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is supposed to announce a bunch more changes to the social media giant. Apparently, there are more things you’ll be able to do to things besides just “like.” You’ll now be able to “review,” “listen,” “read,” and “watch.”

The good news is that these things won’t be spamming your friends when you do them. They will show up in that awesomely obnoxious real-time feed in the upper right-hand corner of your screen.

And according to reports, Zuckerberg will also be talking about the changes to your profile, which will now have a timeline of your life. Seriously? I’m not sure if it’s a timeline of your life since Facebook, or a timeline of your actual life. Pretty sure Facebook wasn’t around when I broke my leg skiing in 1988.

We’ll keep you posted when we know more about these annoying inconveniences changes to Facebook.

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