Goodbye, Facebook! So long, and thanks for all the fish!
A suggestion box - with no guarantee of an answer, any answer to suggestions.
Sigh. They are also changing more things, but I quit reading after I deciphered1. the first bit of text. It's fairly obvious that Facebook doesn't care what its users want, and that we are not on the list of priorities. I am not that surprised - Facebook did start as a website to rank college girls. It just happened to turn into a social network.
But now I must cut ties to several people in my life. I have a step-daughter with a new baby boy who I don't hear from other than through Facebook. I have several cousins (I'm looking at you, Craig!) who I hear from consistently through Facebook. High school friends, college friends, even people I've met along the way - all of them I connect with through Facebook.
But ... I value my information, and I am tired of making Facebook money when I get treated like a second class citizen. Maybe even third class.
Fair thee well, my Facebook friends! I hope to hear from you on Google.
1I use the word "deciphered" because the email and supporting website are written in purposefully deceptive terms, and it takes time to read what's there.