Aug 30 Posted 3 years ago
Facebook has a really ridiculous amount of bandwidth, but they still have cache issues. For example, when you read a notification in mobile, there are times when it doesn’t update that you’ve read it, thus, leaving you reading the notification again when you check your Desktop. This is just my theory, but if they were to support gif images now, it would be buggy and won’t load correctly far often. They need to fix caching problems first.
Thanks for recommending Giphy, by the way! Now I can finally share moving puppies on my news feed ;)
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