Like Instagram, Facebook could also remove the public counting of Likes under the users’ posts in the future.
After Instagram, where in the last period there was a test phase aimed at removing the public count of “Like”, Facebook could also take the same path.
This is reported by Jane Manchun Wong and the TechCrunch site. As has been reported via Twitter, Wong has identified traces of a possible new interface by analyzing the ‘ app for Android.
TechCrunch contacted the company to request more details and a spokesman confirmed that this could actually happen in the future. Facebook, therefore, it would allow its users to publish material without having to take care of the approval of their contacts, also avoiding the increasingly widespread need to share something for the sole purpose of obtaining reactions of appreciation from the other members of the platform.
At least for the moment, however, Facebook has not yet provided more specific details about the experiment being performed on Instagram.
Facebook is working to hide like counts, too!https://t.co/WnUrM12aZg
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) September 2, 2019
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