Structured Status Updates

  • Facebook Extends Structured Status Updates to Pages

    … In a bit of a puzzling move, Facebook has apparently extended its structured status updates to pages. Structured status updates, which Facebook introduced in early 2013, allow users to add emoticons to their status updates, as well as to answer the ever-present “What are you doing?” question by adding elements such as what they are feeling…

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  • Facebook Redesigns iOS Status Update Interface

    … Facebook appears to have tweaked the status update interface in its iOS application, moving the functionality for tagging friends, adding activities from structured status updates and checking in to buttons located at the top, adjacent to users’ profile pictures. All of those features had previously been available via icons at the bottom of the status update interface. Readers: Have you noticed this? Is it the same for Facebook’s Android app? Thanks to Matteo Gamba for the tip. …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social- 3 readers -
  • ‘Exercising’ Added to Facebook Status Updates

    … Workout warriors on Facebook can now share their activities in structured status updates, as the social network added an option for “exercising” under the “What are you doing?” pull-down menu. Reader Evyatar Shpilman of VisualCommU shared the screenshots above and below, displaying the exercising option, as well as the different activities…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 6 readers -
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