Meta Fix Facebook Bug in Friend Request Feature

Berikut Meta Fix Facebook Bug in Friend Request Feature
Yang terbaru kami bagikan untuk anda. Dapatkan informasi gadget terbaru hanya di – Jakarta – Meta made improvements to Facebook, because there was a bug in the application, to be precise in the friend request feature or “Add Friend”. This feature is activated automatically without the user accessing the feature.

quoted Telset from Engadget As of Sunday (14/05/2023), Meta has patched a Facebook bug that makes users automatically send automatic friend requests to other users’ accounts, when they view other users’ profiles.

“We fixed a bug related to a recent app update where some Facebook friend requests were sent incorrectly. We have stopped this from happening and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused,” said a spokesperson for Meta.

Previously, Facebook users complained that there was interference in the application. One of them is Bavid Mcjavid, through his Twitter account @bavidmcjavid, report a problem with the Facebook application.

The reason is that when visiting another user’s profile, a notification appears that he has made a friend request to the account he visited. Even though Bavid does not use this feature.

“Legal fb add random if you click on their profile. There is a screen record. @Facebook what is this?!” he tweeted.


This bug makes users confused, because they feel they have not made a request.

Apart from that, there has also been speculation that Facebook’s technical oversight is weak, because this disturbance can be used by unknown people to get into Facebook’s friend circle.

Worse yet some users find that Facebook is sending friend requests to people they are trying to block. Luckily Meta as Facebook’s parent company was able to move quickly.


Currently, the bug has been fixed, so it is claimed that the problem no longer exists on Facebook.

Yes, hopefully there will be no more bugs on Facebook that will harm users, especially regarding user privacy and comfort. [NM/IF]