- March 28, 2011 at 12:28 pm #29120
If they could redo the famous Abbot & Costello bit about â€œWhoâ€™s On Firstâ€ with an eye on todayâ€™s technology, I think it would go something like:â€œWhoâ€™s Your Facebook Friend?â€â€œWhoâ€â€œI thought you defriended whoâ€â€œWho?â€â€œYou, I thought you blocked Whoâ€â€œOh. No, I blocked Youâ€â€œMe?â€â€œNo, Steve You, heâ€™s in the I.T. department at work.â€ Sometimes you and your friends might have conversations like this when navigating back and forth between multiple chat windows. A feature that many people not know about is the ability to hold a multiple user chat. Gone are the days of â€œWhat do you want to do tonight?â€ â€œ I donâ€™t know Iâ€™ve got Stacy in another window Iâ€™ll ask her.â€Creating a multi-user chat isnâ€™t as easy as clicking a few names but if youâ€™ve got a pretty close knit group of friends, it becomes a 1-time setup. What you actually end up doing is creating a group for your pals with the cleverly named â€˜create groupâ€™ feature on the sidebar. From this interface, youâ€™ll input which friends you want to enter the group and when they accept the invite, youâ€™ll have your own secluded spot on the web. The only thing after that is deciding the friends who you want in your group. Who? Anybody but Steve You.May 2, 2012 at 7:10 am #33221
Yes you are right and usally it hepend with those who are doing online marketing because they have to create multiple accounts for marketing purpose however your points are very important and effective regarding facebook chat.May 11, 2012 at 6:45 am #33222
I agree with what you say…. By logging in to exclusively chat with multiple Facebook friends, you can communicate with the contacts in a manner similar to MSN…
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.