5 Ideas Which will turn your Facebook Even Better

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#1.THE FACEBOOK BAR

This feature of Facebook will allow the Facebook user to keep in touch with the Facebook where ever they browse in net.So your friend shares a link to an article, a blog post or something you can’t view directly on Facebook;,apprehensively you click it but you don’t like the feeling of leaving your walled garden.

With The Facebook Bar you’ll still feel plugged-in, with the ability to like, comment and share the respective link. With some extra thinking this could become more than a bar but a way to browse and share the entire internet. :)

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#2. DRAG AND DROP and make a group chat

this is a type of chatting which is implemented in almost all the social networks BUT not in FB, but we expect this soon in Facebook too..

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#3.SCROLLING CHAT messages

I think it would be useful to get a snippet of chat messages. At the moment you have to minimise the current chat window to open a new one. It can be frustrating just to check a message, which quite often doesn’t warrant a reply.

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#4.REMINDERS

Facebook’s most valuable asset is it’s knowledge of user habits and connections, but it’s all about what you do with that data-set. I’ve designed an intelligent interface that empathises with the individual.

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#5.FACEBOOK NOTICIFICATIONS

I have always been a little confused when I have a couple of new notifications and upon a single click they all seem to disappear, or rather no longer appear as new; despite not having clicked-through on any. This got my thinking, there must be a mid-point between new notifications and old/clicked notifications. I looked a little harder and the answer is almost already there, the blue which fades out should instead remain. If you click, it changes to white, if you don’t, it remains blue. This would be a simple way to help users remember which notifications they have checked out, and more importantly which notifications they may have missed.

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