Facebook is very popular now. Everyone uses Facebook for their social status. My question is - how does it impact your daily life if Facebook is not there ? Is this something important for your life or growth ?
Maya Kharkwal MA, BEd 21 months ago
I do not and never have used Facebook. Social status? Get out more and breath fresh air!
David Cottrell 21 months ago
I think facebook has become a part of our lives for communication. That is a medium you need to keep you updated, and to update your loved ones. If facebook is not there, I am sure, we'll find some other similar platform. But, as a platform, we need something like that.
Hitesh Mathpal 21 months ago
I like to have facebook as my own journal where to keep my interests, news I like, pictures to remember.... and know about others. It is not mandatory for me, but usefull as personal journal more than social.
María F Lara 21 months ago
This is good to have but not a must for me. Yes, earlier this was something very useful to communicate with friends, family etc, But now, it looks too crowded. People share things of no use.
Charu Gulati 21 months ago
Facebook is a nice to have. It is not mandatory or crucial to have it, but it can generate interesting opportunities. Instagram is a similar case, Linkedin is more important to me.
Paolo Beffagnotti 21 months ago
If you see Generation Z, most of them are not regularly using Facebook anymore, as they prefer closed groups, like WhatsApp. Facebook will live one, but maybe lose a part of its attraction.
Patrick Henz 21 months ago
I view FB as another channel. Each social channel plays a different role in my life and all have some value or I wouldn't use it. Facebook is about celebration, family and friends. There is a lot of time wasters so im careful not to get lost in a FB worm hole.
Grant Gooley 20 months ago
I has evolved into something that was not consistent with people's expectations when most got on it. Migrations away from it will begin once other platforms built for specific communities are built with a core of shared content.