Dear Santa, Please Bring Me Better Facebook Features
My name is Heather. You don’t know me. I’m Jewish, so flourishing adult we once spent a whole year perplexing to shame my relatives into shopping me a $100 American Girl Doll, instead of usually penning we a elementary request. we was eventually successful, yet we remember feeling that analogous with we would have been many easier. we reason onto that childhood memory as we write to we today.
Santa, we can call we that, right? Santa, we know how many we adore Facebook (I assume we know a wants and desires of all a 20-something children on Earth), yet we strongly feel like it could be better. For Christmas this year, if we could usually move me a improved knowledge as a user, village manager, and advertiser, we would perpetually be grateful. we have taken a autocracy of creation we a list of Facebook facilities we would like to see on my laptop when we watchful Dec. 25 (I’m sorry, we don’t have a tree. Just demeanour for a 13-inch MacBook.)
- A Facebook ads interface that isn’t constantly changing.
- A power editor that works in Firefox and not usually Chrome.
- An easier approach to get into hit with Facebook support for non-paid criticism issues.
- A some-more discerning paid stating interface.
- The choice to burst off a criticism thread. we am now fearful to wish congratulations on baby announcements for fear of successive torrent of messages from strangers.
- A news feed that would stop switching behind to tip stories even yet we always change it to many recent. Santa, no one wants aged news, no matter how good it is.
- An effective FarmVille (or any diversion really) invitation impediment app.
- A approach to tell retargeted ads, “I already bought those damn shoes, so stop perplexing to get me to that indicate of purchase.”
- A reconstruction of that ephemeral underline that authorised users to imitation and sequence photos directly from Facebook by Snapfish.
- The ability to like your possess code page as yourself, and not a page, while remaining an admin.
- More control over my news feed calm and observation experience.
- For Facebook and Google to have a improved relationship. It would be awful good if Facebook equipment were integrated into Google’s hunt outcome position tool.
- More granular filters that concede me to censor any posts that embody politics, that lady who has it all, religion, engagements, ex-boyfriends, or Kickstarter pleas.
Santa, we know we don’t have a attribute like we have with many other boys and girls. we get it, yet maybe we could work something out this year. I’m certain we have a few elves who dally in Web growth during a off-season. we don’t design all of these wishes to be granted, yet we do conclude your efforts. Also, if we wish to leave an iPad or new MacBook Pro for me to perspective these new facilities in a aloft resolution, we wouldn’t be upset.
P.S. Did we do this Santa minute right? And did my crony Sarah Gottleib do this letter right, too?
P.P.S. we forgot to discuss that we was, like, approach good this year. we not usually adopted timeline with ease, yet we was a outspoken disciple to a naysayers. That’s gotta count for something.
Heather Sundell is a selling manager for The Search Agency.
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