Sick of cat pictures and holiday snaps?
The people, pages or groups that are snoozed would not be notified, instead, the one putting them on snooze would be alerted before the snooze period would be ending and the snooze settings could be changed at any time. People can reverse snooze at any time.
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Consequently, a lack of supply that began in 2015 has hit home in 2017 and is expected to linger for two or three more years. FEATURED IMAGE: Discarded and snowy Christmas trees at the City of Dallas drop off site on East Northwest Highway in 2011.
You might not want to go quite as far as unfriending someone - maybe you're just sick of them posting movie spoilers, or you're exhausted of hearing them go on about their team's latest success - so Facebook has introduced a new Snooze option.
You then won't see any of their posts for the next 30 days, and more importantly they won't be notified that you put them on snooze. If you do not see this now, wait for few more days. It turns out, you're not alone.
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Facebook published an in-depth look at social media recently, questioning whether spending time on networks like itself was bad for people.
"With Snooze, you don't have to unfollow or unfriend permanently, rather just stop seeing someone's posts for a short period of time". We've heard from people that they want more options to determine what they see in News Feed and when they see it. They're also hoping it'll help "make their experience more positive". Once the period is over, Facebook again asks for feedback on whether you want to continue to snooze or want them back in your newsfeed. Its 2 billion users worldwide can also hide posts from certain people or prioritize posts from people so that they see them first in their feeds. In addition to writing about tech, Jonathan has a passion for fitness and nutrition and has previously written for one the UK's leading watch and horology websites.
Crytek is suing Star Citizen developers Cloud Imperium and Roberts Space Industries
Crytek said in its lawsuit that in continuing to use the CryEngine 3 for both products, CIG and RSI are in breach of contract. As we reported in 2016, CIG and RSI began selling two distinct games - Squadron 42 and the Star Citizen Persistent Universe.