Conversations Scopes broadens as Facebook Introduces Stickers in Comments.
“Picture actually speaks louder than whispers”. A new dimension of conversation on Facebook has been established as stickers have now been made available on comment found on people’s Timeline, Group, and Event posts.
The Stickers are basically 2-D cartoon features basically intended to convey the true emotions of a communicator without necessarily using text. They actually spice up communication session and make it enjoyable even to a wider audience.
Bob Baldwin happens to be the engineer on the project, announced that “stickers will allow people to reply to a variety of posts in a more fun way than words alone.” He did this while explaining what he feels about the idea of stickers on his timeline.
To use the stickers, users tap the smiley face icon always at the right side bottom of any comment field on Facebook for access to pick any sticker they intend to post on their threads. He also added that “You can now easily show your excitement for a post with good news, cheer up a friend who’s feeling down, and express a variety of more nuanced reactions.”
Some of us might have been in that fuzzy situation that we actually intended to joke but were misinterpreted, or we want to include some humor in the conversation but just lack the right words to do so, Yes, no matter how silly Stickers and Emoji might seem, they sometimes speak more specifically than texts. They go a long way in expressing our inner feelings deep enough.
Sometimes, on Facebook some persons make some nasty stuff that fuel abusive comments that were not originally intended to be— just a misunderstanding. Such misunderstandings could have been done away with by including a small Laughing Mouse beside such post—guess you are laughing already.
Even as Facebook continues to shift to mobile, such innovations become paramount necessities because stickers also allow social networking and messaging users to engage in conversations more easily from a mobile phone since they can sum up an emotion or thought with just a picture.
However, enabling stickers in comments could also make scrolling through longer threads — like those on public pages — more time-consuming.
Nonetheless the company actually says the stickers are now available to Facebook users across web and mobile.