That’s exactly what Facebook is going to try to do. They’re going to try and make it easier to communicate online with people. Instead of having to remember who likes to use Facebook, who prefers IM and who’s still using email, they’re going to make it so you no longer need to remember those kind of details. And this video gives a pretty good idea of how they’re going to try and do it. But these are a few unanswered questions:
- What about Twitter? Can I reach my Twitter friends through the new system?
- What about Linkedin? Can I connect with my Linkedin contacts?
- What about blogs? Can I maintain blog comment discussions?
If you think about it, this seems more of a threat to social media engagement dashboards than email. Really looking forward to seeing what they come up with, and I am excited to see them pushing the envelope.
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