Facebook is updating its commenting system with threaded comments and replies, a technology that has existed around the web for sometime. Reddit comes to mind as a site that has focused on threaded comments and replies. The new feature will roll out to Facebook Pages starting today.
This new commenting feature will allow users to more easily interact with Facebook pages and keep conversations more organized. Comments, and their subsequent replies, will be organized according to relevance to viewers. It will base relevance off of positive feedback, connections, and negative feedback.
Pages with more than 10,000 followers, such as ours, are said to have the feature automatically turned on. Other Page owners are able to opt-in to the update by heading to the Manage Permissions section of the admin panel. All pages will be forced into the new commenting system on July 10, 2013. Check it out and let us know what you think of the changes.
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