Meta treats Facebook bug! Send friend requests when visiting profile

Sometimes Facebook has bugs and glitches that no user understands. This social network is active and silently receiving corrections, especially on its website and in its apps. The most recent led to friend requests being sent without the user actively doing so.

Facebook Meta orders profile bug

Even being one of the most used social networks and with the most users, Facebook is still a place of interest for many users. These know how to use this social network and they already do it instinctively and naturally, naturally knowing what is possible or not, and how to do it.

The latest Facebook bug broke this user experience. It worked in an unnatural way and many didn’t even have the notion that this problem existed. We are talking about sending friend requests, silently and automatically.

For these invitations to be sent, it was only necessary for the user to visit the page of any contact. Once inside, all you had to do was upload the cover image of that same contact for the invitation to be sent.

Facebook, meanwhile, has already admitted this problem because it was gaining enormous visibility. At the same time, it meant that many were constantly looking for new friends and chasing all users wherever they went on Meta’s network.

Meta has already come forward to acknowledge the problem and explain its nature and how it happened. A simple “we fixed a bug related to a recent app update that caused some Facebook friend requests to be sent in error” took care of the topic.

This was a bug that was not nice to all users who found themselves caught in this ridiculous situation. Many of the visits were made silently, thus becoming seen, all thanks to the invitations sent to users.

Source: Pplware by

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