Friday, September 16, 2011
My *WHAT*, now?
This does not make sense. Now, I know from time-to-time Facebook does something that misjudges how people will respond. But rarely is it overly confusing from a User Experience point of view.
But when I saw this prompt, I was expecting that I needed to confirm her relationship to me.
"So and so listed you as her family member. She is your ____".
But all the choices are male choices. So is this
"So and so listed you as her family member. You are her _____"?
That's not intuitive. It feels like there's some instruction missing here. Is this a quiz? Am I being asked to identify the same result she picked?
Argh. C'mon already, Zuck.
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