Social networking portal answers critics
26 March 2009 — 10:06 AM
Consumers with the latest phones may recently have discovered some changes to the Facebook social networking website.
However, the redesign has been controversial with many and the online portal has now issued a statement in response to the "thousands" of people who have been in touch to register their opinion on the matter.
According to Facebook's director of product Chris Cox, the site has received a large volume of emails, wall posts and messages and has taken the feedback into consideration.
He commented some of the main concerns raised related to more control over content, greater choice over applications and their related tools along with improvements to search facilities.
"With the recent home page changes, we're trying to present the right balance between what's happening right now and what's interesting over a longer period of time," he added.
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