Talking on Facebook and conversing with friends and contact is the main reason why so many users log in every single day. Facebook has freed users from the use of cell phones to call up pals. You can simply log in to Facebook and start talking to them through the use of typed texts. You can answer to updates and leave comments. Now, Facebook has launched an innovation in the commenting procedure. With the new innovative step, you can start a new discussion thread by commenting on a comment!
Let us make this simple: your friend (A) puts up an update. You (B) comment on that. A person reacting to B’s comment has to write on A’s discussion thread, though the comment is intended for the remarks made by B. With this new innovation, an user (C) can comment on B’s remark and start off a discussion from that point, though the entire thread is unfolding on A’s update. This innovation will ensure more depth and relevancy in what people are talking and responding to, and in turn, will improve the quality of conversation.
The discussion thread will throw up the positive comments on the top of the heap while spam or negative comments will take a nose dive to the bottom of the ladder. The number of Facebook users making a comment on a particular discussion thread will also have an impact on where that discussion thread is placed. As of now, the new innovation is set up on 10,000 Facebook users. Official sources at Facebook tell us that this threaded commenting system will be applicable to all by the end of July, 2013.
For those who want to kick start the threaded commenting system now, you can alter your Settings and do that. Go the Manage Permissions section by clicking on the admin panel of your account. Facebook is sure that this new system will enable users to make only relevant comments and as a result, the most meaningful comments will push to the top. This innovation has been in the news for a couple of years now, but it is only now that this program has seen the light of day.