We’ve all been there – you casually have a look at a good friend’s Fb images, and one way or the other end up shopping by their aunt’s greatest good friend’s daughter’s ‘Lanzarote 2009’ photograph album.
However the days of casually Fb ‘stalking’ simply received so much riskier, due to Fb’s newest function.
The social media large has quietly added a brand new option to like images by double-tapping on them.
This motion beforehand allowed customers to zoom-in on images, and will result in lots of unintended likes.
Social media professional, Matt Navarra, noticed the function, and tweeted a screenshot of it in motion.
He wrote: “New! Facebook now let’s you double-tap a post to Like it on iOS.”
This function is probably going a option to make Fb’s performance extra much like Instagram’s (which Fb additionally owns), the place double-tapping a photograph means that you can prefer it.
However customers have been fast to level out the difficulty it might trigger for informal Fb stalkers.
One person tweeted: “Oh no. I do that to zoom in when I’m in full-on stalker mode. I am doomed,” to which one other replied: “My first thought, too.”
For the time being, the double-tap function seems to solely be accessible on the iOS model of the app, but it surely’s more likely to be rolled out on Android quickly.
Mirror On-line has contacted Fb for remark.