Do the constant changes on Facebook.com really annoy you?
It seems that every time I log into facebook.com there is some new change that causes me to relearn how to navigate around the site. Do you find the constant change annoying?
Indeed they do! I'm a firm believer, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Every time they make a change they make, what was an enjoyable experience, miserable!
Part of me is annoyed when I update whatever system and need to figure it out again, but the bigger part thinks it is good to be adaptable and keep learning.
The changes are great and most of them are for the best. Its not really hard at all to navigate unless you're returning after months.
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