Facebook - The news of the damaging effects of young girls trying to deal with mental health issues! NZ
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Original review updated by user Oct 05, 2021
I have an amazing idea for a way for Facebook to cope with the mental health issues for teenagers, using a simple technique that will help algorithms to show less abrasive content when a venerable young teenager logs onto your platform, both Facebook and Instagram.
When a young person logs on to their Facebook feed, a window pops up containing 5 different face emojis representing 5 different moods that they may be experiencing at that moment. If the young person is having a great day, he or she will tap on the happy face and the normal Facebook algorithms will apply as normal. If they are feeling 'Meh' at that time, they will tap the 'Meh' emoji face, then Facebooks
algorithm will put 'slightly more' positive and uplifting content to help that young person feel better!
If the young person is having a 'Sad' day they will tap 'Sad' emoji face, and Facebooks algorithms will 'only show' positive, uplifting, happy, more same interest stuff, to help that young person out of their slump.
Also, Facebook adding 'Suicide Prevention' content for that young person, could not only be a huge virtue too, but could actually save lives!
Im sure the multi-national corporation can afford to start placing these measures in place by this week!
If you would like any further information concerning my idea, then please feel free to contact me at any time, as time is something precious when dealing with mental health and suicide prevention.
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