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There's a reason that "read receipts" never caught on with regular email It should be scrapped or at least made optional. I've looked around extensively and can't see a way to disable it in Facebook, and that sucks.
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And yes, the Di read it. Everyone who has Facebook is addicted to checking their messages. If the person wants you to know whether they read it or not, they can simply reply or ignore you with no social stigma.
Instead, you get that little "seen feb 3 at 8pm" notice, with the unwritten "but not replied to, you loser" right after it. Before if someone ignored a message, you could just message again and say "hey, did you get that last message? There is nothing DDo about it.
I don't need Facebook to handholding me on my communications and trying to force me into being more conversational. I'm a big boy, I can follow-up on that myself.
Third, I find myself not checking my messages on-purpose now, just so I don't have to feel pressured to reply.
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Even when I do have time to respond to Facebook messages, there are still a few that I don't read just based off of who it came ot. Now I have an inbox with a bunch of unread messages that could be important, but I'll never find out, because I don't want to risk reading a message that I "have to" reply to right away.
How is that making things more conversational? It's not just an "oh, this is somewhat annoying like that time they rearranged the wall" thing I guess my actual question is "How ofg I turn off the read-receipts or Seen feature of messaging on Facebook?
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