New Facebook Feature Will Make it Easier to Sort Through Friend Requests

There was a time not all that long ago when getting a friend request was quite an exciting thing all in all, and the reason for this was that the whole process of getting a friend request used to be something that was so new that most people were glad to be experiencing it the first few times.

Things have changed, however, and now getting a friend request can be a bland or boring experience because of the fact that a lot of people send each other friend requests and not all of them are going to be people that you necessarily know or are interested in establishing some kind of a relationship with.

As a result of this fact, it’s quite common for friend requests to start piling up, and pretty soon you will have a mountain of them without any idea of what you can do in order to make sure that you do accept friend requests from those that are important to you or that you are actually looking to form some kind of bond with which is what Facebook is all about after all.

A new feature, first spotted by Jane Manchun Wong, that Facebook testing out would help you sort through your friend requests a bit more easily. This feature involves sorting your friend requests by seeing them in order from oldest to newest or newest to oldest based on your preferences on the matter. There is also a default option that is going to take the friend requests section back to the way it used to look before.

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