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I deleted the Facebook app and started using this a couple weeks ago because it’s pretty much the only thing I’m using FB for nowadays. It’s decent and a lot of room for improvement if this is a product the FB team plans on building and maintaining. 1) BUG: After the most recent update, the notification page won’t load. Going to the page in the app or clicking on a notification of an event would only lead me to the loading circle and a blank page 2) BUG: If I click on a venue to like go see more details the app crashes 3) Customization of notifications would be huge. This is something I would appreciate in FB itself as well. For instance, I don’t want the notification that says “your daily guide is ready to view” but to turn that off I’m turning off all notifications 4) The search can be further improved for sure. I’m not sure if this is an existing feature but can’t check because bug #2 lol. If you go to a venue and can see events at the venue or have notification settings for venues that would be great. I really hope this is not something the FB made and will just not maintain. I enjoyed using it for the most part so far
We all have certain feelings about Facebook, but the Events have been a shining redeeming quality to Facebooks continued existence for me since the addition of the event option was added to the sidebar of the news feed. And then this great Local app came out so I could forego the Facebook scroll and just fill my calendar with great local events. The calendar view quickly became my favorite way to easily view and schedule things. And now it has disappeared in this recent update. The preview shots on the app update page even show a button saying “See my calendar”, but for some reason in the updated Local app it’s a “See all upcoming events” that leads to an overwhelming scroll. This mimics the counterintuitive version of accessing events on the main Facebook app. There is a “See All” link already in the upper right corner of the Your Upcoming Events view and this is a duplicate way of accessing this same overwhelming view. Please bring back the practical old school calendar view so I can click on a single date and make sure I’m already booked with things to do on my day off or see all the things I’m doing just one day at a time. Please!! I’m so disappointingly frustrated that I finally updated an app only to make it useless.
With the recent changes, such as a pull up tab overlapping a map, I find it far less user-friendly and harder to search. Also, on both this app and on Facebook, the search results on mobile are extremely limited. I looked for events on one date and was given five results. Four events that I knew for a fact were happening that day weren't even listed, so how many more am I not seeing? I want to love it, but it needs to be more user friendly. Please get rid of the map and replace with a map button. We don't all need everything pinned every time. Let us choose to see that. Put the app's power behind its searching and sorting functions, please! I was happy with how it was, disappointed with how it is now, and excited for how it could be.
80% of the reason I still have a facebook is to keep up with events (I manage and attend a lot of art/performance events) and having this app on my phone lets me track them on mobile without dealing with the rest of the noise of facebook. However, the app makes it a little hard to access/search for future events you have already RSVP’d to (they are discoverable but not the way you’d initially expect) and for some reason it doesn’t show you the number of people RSVP’d to the event! Event description and comments are all easily accessible, though, so there’s a lot to like about this app if you, like me, still rely on the platform for events.
I have grown up using computers and apps. This app is not glitchy; it’s just really poorly executed. There’s no easy way to get to a specific date (even though there appears to be), it tells me to look at my events, my locations, what my friends are doing, but doesn’t actually let me see anything when I go to expand. It adds filters you don’t want but forces you to use. Just epically disappointed. And ffs, if you are going to make it this difficult to figure out what events you are interested in or said you are going to, can you at least let us export the data to a calendar? I heavily use FB events for personal and business reasons and I’m dying for something better to come along so I can stop messing around with this garbage.
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who have also released the following apps Messenger, Facebook, Messenger Kids, Facebook Pages Manager, Workplace by Facebook, Facebook Ads Manager, Workplace Chat by Facebook, Facebook Local, Spark AR Player, Facebook Analytics .
Facebook Local has 848 user reviews.
Facebook Local has an average rating of 3.4.
The latest version of Facebook Local (28.0) was released on Nov 27, 2019.
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Our new name is Facebook Local! We’ve updated our events app to help you discover places and things to do recommended by friends you know and trust.
with what’s happening locally—wherever you are—whether you’re looking for something to do with friends this weekend or want to explore a new neighborhood.
* See the most recent activity, events and places your friends are interacting with and updates from event hosts and Pages you follow.
* Find events and activities happening near you on an interactive map and filter by time, category, location and more.
* Get recommendations based on what's popular with your friends, things you've been to in the past, Pages you like and our curated Guides.
* Choose to add calendars from your phone to see all of your plans in one place.
* Opt-in to get notifications about your upcoming events so you know if details change.
* Simplified navigation - now it's much easier to find suggested events and places to go.
* Automatically shows you the best places as you move the map around.
* Faster access to your upcoming events.
* Bug fixes and performance improvements.
* Improved list creation and integration with the map.
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