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  • Facebook Dropping Notifications

    July 21st, 2011
    facebook, tech  [html]
    I made a post asking for volunteers last night, and some people commented on it, offering to volunteer. Facebook didn't send me a notification, though, and I only happened to see them when looking at my newsfeed later. This is bad; I assume facebook will keep track of things for me so I don't need to go back and check on them.

    The post:

    All my notifications for the time period that should have included these:

    I also didn't get an email saying they'd commented.

    (I'm sorry I took so long to get back to you guys!)

    Comment via: google plus, facebook

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