Facebook has made commenting a richer experience by adding video, photo and website info.

It’s a small change, but a rather cosmetic one.

This would have been particularly useful for me the other day. A friend had posted something on Facebook about Weezer, and I felt the urge to tell that friend that the band was hosting a cruise in January. So I commented with a link to a story about the event. The result? An ugly, sprawling URL marring her wall.

This week though, Facebook made a small tweak to cure this. Now, when you comment on a post with a URL, Facebook will pull in a video player, a thumbnail or an overview of the website that you’re linking to. You can also choose to nix the preview.

The change isn’t life-altering, but it certainly makes your wall much lovelier.

Read this article on Mashable


Posted on July 21, 2011, in Luxury Brand Influence and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

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