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Mark Tonkelowitz

Facebook Updates News Feed; Tests New Buttons

If you don't have this option yet, Facebook Engineering Manager Mark Tonkelowitz says you can expect to see it in the coming weeks as the rollout continues. Facebook also appears to be slowly rolling out new buttons to the Ticker that let you read content or listen to music. A content ...

Could Google Plus Lose The Battle Against Facebook?

According to Facebook Engineering Manager Mark Tonkelowitz, the news feed experience is now like users having their own personal newspaper. Despite not being embraced by the community as a whole, or at least not at first, the recent changes at Facebook have reclaimed the attention of ...

Interesting News, Any Time You Visit

by Mark Tonkelowitz on Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at 1:59pm UPDATE on Wednesday, November 9th, 2011: Now you have a new way of sorting your News Feed: most recent stories first. You can also continue to view highlighted stories first, followed by recent stories, like what you see today. ...

The CMO Site Ellis Booker Facebook's New News Feed: A Win for Marketers?

"Now, News Feed will act more like your own personal newspaper," wrote developer Mark Tonkelowitz in a post on The Facebook Blog. "You won't have to worry about missing important stuff. All your news will be in a single stream with the most interesting stories featured at the top. " ...

Today in Tech: Wal-Mart releases Black Friday ad, Siri’s British voice speaks up; Apple update...

On Wednesday, Facebook engineering manager Mark Tonkelowitz wrote on a company blog that the social network will again let users sort their news feeds based on what was most recently posted. Facebook made changes to its news feed in September when it told users that it would tack posts ...

Facebook does U-turn on news feed

Facebook's Mark Tonkelowitz blogged: "You can also continue to view highlighted stories first, followed by recent stories, like what you see today. If you don't have the updates to News Feed yet, you can expect to see them over the coming weeks as the rollout continues. " ...

Facebook's Chronological News Feed is Back

"Now you have a new way of sorting your News Feed: most recent stories first," Facebook's Mark Tonkelowitz wrote. "You can also continue to view highlighted stories first, followed by recent stories, like what you see today. If you don't have the updates to News Feed yet, you can expect ...

Facebook Restores News Feed To Previous Design

Facebook Engineering Manager Mark Tonkelowitz announced in a blog post that users can opt to see stories organized in the way the news feed displayed things previously. To do that, click on “recent stories first” in the new filter that is appearing on the top of he news feed. Clicking on ...

Facebook Users Still Fuming Over News Feed Overhaul / Infopackets.com

(Source: msn.com ) "When you pick up a newspaper after not reading it for a week, the front page quickly clues you into the most interesting stories," said Mark Tonkelowitz, Facebook engineering manager. "In the past, [Facebook's] News Feed hasn't worked like that. Updates slide down in ...

Recent Facebook changes are unnecessary, annoying

You won’t have to worry about missing important stuff, said Mark Tonkelowitz, Facebook’s engineering manager, in a Huffington Post article. “All your news will be in a single stream with the most interesting stories featured at the top. If you haven’t visited Facebook for a while, the ...

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