Facebook Poll: 94% Of Users Don’t Like Redesign

 

My take?

What’s the F%$#king difference? Folks…. Go out and get a life!!! Why would you be so concerned about a website’s design??? It’s a website!!! You are not married to it! You do not go to it’s high school graduation! You use the site to network with people! As long as it’s user friendly, learn to live with it instead of bitching about whether it looks like twitter or not!!!

 

A Facebook application is polling users on the the new site layout . So far, just over 5% of the nearly 800,000 respondents give it a thumbs up. The rest go the other way.

Users can also leave comments with their thoughts. Recent user comments include “Missing so many features I used to adore. I am saddened,” “Please change it back to the way it was,” and “I hate it and if it doesn’t change I will only check it once in awhile.” Ah, the fickle user.

Until January
users and advertisers could create polls directly within Facebook, and the company used them extensively at the Davos World Economic Forum. It would be great it they brought that feature back directly.

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  1. #1 by santhosh on March 24, 2009 - 8:01 am

    hi, nice to go through ur blog…well written…why don’t you write in ur own mother tongue…? it is much more easier way to reach the masses…

    as i know, now a days typing in an Indian language is not a big task…recently i was searching for the user friendly Indian language typing tool and found… ” quillpad “.

    heard that it is much more superior than the Google’s indic transliteration..!? though Google has an option for only 5 languages and no rich text facility…but here in ‘quillpad’ it has an option for 9 Indian languages and has got Rich Text option too.

    do u know….expressing our views in our own mother tongue is a great feeling…and it is our duty too. so, save,protect,popularize and communicate in our own mother tongue….

    try this, http://www.quillpad.in

    Jai… Ho….

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