13131753 TARA O'SULLIVAN
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- How often do they tweet?
- What interface do they use?
- Pick up a tweet containing @(usually an answer or attribution) , check the other account, and explain in what context was it used. Copy and paste the original tweet on your wiki page.
- Pick up a retweet of this person, check its origin, copy the tweet on your wiki page and try to explain the motivation of the user for retweeting
Facebook Changes What You'll See In News Feed
Facebook is overhauling the way its News Feed algorithm works to encourage more user activity on the social network.
It will change which posts you see first in your feed, and weed out the posts Facebook thinks you'd rather not look at.
Instead of pushing content to the top of your feed based on how many people have interacted with it, it's going to use feedback from users to decide.
It has recently asked tens of thousands of users to rate stories in their feeds daily, to allow it to develop the updated algorithm.
A blog post by Facebook said: "News Feed will begin to look at both the probability that you would want to see the story at the top of your feed and the probability that you will like, comment on, click or share a story.
"We will rank stories higher in feed which we think people might take action on, and which people might want to see near the top of their News Feed."
Some content creators currently ask users to like and comment on their stories to ensure that they rise up people's feeds.
Here is the link to the orginal page