2023 Author: Donald Evans | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 05:03
Facebook users launch interesting tests to see who reads messages when they don't have photos. Thus, this chain experiment is spreading among thousands of users of the social network.
The specific message that users are posting on Facebook is:
“It is proposed to do a small test to see who reads the messages when they do not have photos.
If you are reading this message, please comment on how we met. One word would be enough… Then you can copy this message on your wall so I can leave you a message too, thanks.”
So the friends of the user who publishes the message would have to put a comment to show that they are reading the message. In addition, it is requested that a single word that says how you met is enough.
In the end, the essence of this chain is nothing more than seeing which word describes the relationship between friends. Among the answers we can find “by phone” (which are two words), “handsome”, “Facebook”, “boss”, “father”, etc.
After replying to our friend on Facebook, he also suggests that we copy the chain's message to our wall so that he and others can reply and continue with said “experiment”.
The reality is that both Facebook users and industry professionals have been encouraged to share this chain, just out of curiosity to see the results. It is evaluated whether users read messages without a photo and the image they have towards us thanks to a word.
Of course, if we get technical we must not forget that Facebook does not show our publications to all our friends, but filters to Do not clutter the timeline and only show what you consider relevant. Therefore, perhaps many do not respond because the message did not even appear on their timeline and not because they do not read posts without photos.