1. Tagging Friends Unnecessarily in Status Updates & Photos
This is one of the most annoying thing people do on Facebook. To be sincere, you do not have to tag your friends in every status updates you post. Unless it’s very important or you are relating the post to them, when you do this in excess, it becomes annoying and will make people unfriend you.
Populating people’s photo albums with your tagged pictures isn’t a good idea unless it’s a picture you took together. Tagging people in pictures originally meant that you took that picture with that particular person but this feature is being abused daily.
2. Sharing Indecent Updates
If you know what it feels like to open your Facebook news feed only to be welcomed with a NSFW picture and you have a friend beside you looking at your phone, perhaps you’ll have a better understanding of what I’m driving at here. It can be very embarrassing.
There are certain things you shouldn’t share on Facebook but some people don’t know this; they just keep share anything from adult content. You won’t think twice to remove this kind of people, you know?
3. Adding Your Friends To Groups
Just as you confirm friends before adding them to your friend list, adding people to groups should be a matter of choice too but unfortunately, Facebook allows your friends add you to different group without your consent. It’s alright to add them to just one group you think they might be interested in but when you make this a daily routine, they won’t hesitate to unfriend.
Adding people to groups only increase notifications. There are times you log in to Facebook to see 20 notifications, 17 of them being from groups, and photo tags.
4. Adding Your Friends to Group Conversations
People hate being added to group conversations especially when the topic has nothing to do with them. People abuse this feature and sometimes used for spamming.
Doing this frequently might get you unfriended upset and get you blocked by lots of people.
5. Sharing Links on Your Friends Timeline
If you have a blog and you’re desperately looking for traffic, you don’t have to paste your links directly on your friends’ timeline every single day
6. Documenting Your Life on Facebook
This may not get you unfriended, but definitely unfollowed. When you keep documenting every second of your life on Facebook, you become one thing people hate to see on their news feed. Some Facebook users go as far as posting updates about them going to the toilet, taking a bath, peeing, spitting or just about everything.
Nobody needs to see pictures of you dressed up for Church or pictures of you having breakfast, lunch and dinner. And also, if you got dumped by your girlfriend, Facebook isn’t the right place to whine.