With the constant transition of Facebook from one layout to another, Facebook Chat problems have certainly bubbled up. Since it was conceptualized in 2008 for subscribers in various age groups and countries, Facebook Chat has caused an inconvenience to some of its avid patrons. For instance, Facebook Chat these days is merged with your Private Message inbox and one will be having a hard time to distinguish which particular message hasnâ€™t been read yet if one doesnâ€™t dig deeper into old messages and chat threads.
By the way, Facebook Chat can also be viewed via iPhone, AOL Instant Messenger and Windows Live and this can only make matters more complicated. If your Facebook account has been registered with your mobile number already, all new updates will be received in your phone. And when you receive a new chat thread, you will also receive it on your same cell phone and chances are you may not distinguish it from a regular update.
Another annoyance that one may experience in the new Facebook Chat layout is the popping up of an individualâ€™s chat rant once the person is logged in on a Facebook Group where you also are a member. This can certainly be annoying if you donâ€™t intend to chat with that particular person although, of course, you share the same interests.
For the time being though, Facebook Chat problems are here to stay. Google Plus is still in its infancy and it has not reached its market despite the hype associated with it. Twitter is only a mini diary and does not have a chat tool although it already offers video blogs nowadays. Tumblr is okay but these are usually used by teens only. So, the question is, are we to expect some more changes from Facebook in the coming months?