Is it Facebook protocol to not say "I saw that" when commenting on an article someone posted?
my brother posted a news article to his page. In commenting on it, I said "Saw that one last night" and continued to comment on the article.
He sent me the following in a private message: " Your comment says, ha, I saw it before you did. Turns people off. FB protocol." The article was not from a mainstream source, so I thought it interesting that we had both read it in such a short span of time...no ill intent whatsoever. Have you ever heard of this "protocol?" I have searched but have been able to find that particular 'rule."
I never heard that protocol. I think you can star your comment in any form.
I haven't heard of this "rule" either. It sounds odd that he would say that, but I'm wondering where he heard that this was some sort of protocol. I'm sorry I can't offer any more information, other then that I haven't heard of what your brother is referring to.
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