Facebook has a sharing problem. A year ago data revealed that Facebook users were posting “fewer things about their personal lives for their friends to see,” The Information reported.
What was once a place where people shared what they were up to (ex. “Kerry Flynn … is doing homework”) or made plans on someone else’s wall (ex. “party tonight?”) has morphed into an algorithmic feed surfacing fake news and pornographic live videos.
While those Facebook “likes” are leading to strong ad targeting and videos are raking in views, once-active users are turning to share their own memories on rival apps like Snapchat.
But a potential solution has arrived. At 7 p.m. Tuesday, Facebook asked me a question. At the very top of my News Feed on desktop, a note reminded me that the first episode of the final season of “Bones” would be on…
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