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Facebook wants to make playing games on the network less annoying for all

Turns out, not everyone likes Facebook games like "Pet Society." "While they're in the top five things that people like, they're also in the top five things that people hate," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Tuesday.
Turns out, not everyone likes Facebook games like "Pet Society." "While they're in the top five things that people like, they're also in the top five things that people hate," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Tuesday.Electronic Arts

on the company's blog reported TechCrunch said during the event

  • •Full stories in News Feed so they won't miss when a friend shares an action or needs help in a game. The more active a person is in a game, the more prominent the stories will be.
  • •Smarter bookmarks on the home page that will automatically appear and reorder based on the games they're playing. They will no longer need to individually bookmark apps, and it will be easier to get to favorite apps.
  • •A clearer, highlighted number for pending requests or tasks alongside bookmarks.
  • •Requests in the Games Dashboard, where they can manage all their game activity and discover new games.

Winda Benedetti writes the Citizen Gamer column for msnbc.com. You can follow her tweets about games and other things right here on Twitter.