Facebook Changes Disliked by 86% Users

It is a matter of common observation that whenever a company undergoes extensive changes, it will suppose to get two types of responses, i.e. either appreciation or depreciation. Something similar happened to Facebook when it added so many changes and improvements to its social network.

Recent month or so were quite busy for Facebook as lots of new features and improvements were introduced, while the f8 developer conference held couple of weeks ago entirely changed the look of the Facebook. However, Facebook didn’t get the anticipated response from its large user base.

A large majority of people didn’t like the recent changes made in Facebook. The f8 conference began with massive news that Facebook hit 800 million active users and then began the announcement of new features and additions in Facebook. It’s been quite few days and there are many features which are yet to initiate. Polls were conducted by several blogs and websites regarding the Facebook changes and the results are somehow unpleasant for Mark Zuckerberg. At one place the Facebook was even referred as worst of all internet insults, Facebook, the New AOL. Twitter and chatter on Facebook also displays similar responses.

Facebook was aiming to impress the people and advertisers with these massive changes, but somehow failed to meet the expectations of masses. An infographic has been designed compiling the results of poll by sodaHead. This infographic revealed the poll results in detail and apparently it seems that teenagers are the one who hate these changes the most.

Obviously, nothing seems to be right on path for Facebook. However, people are still using it and having fun with their friends despite hating things. Do these changes really matter or may be people begin to like them as they become use to them. We will have to wait and see because this is too early to make any conclusion.

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