Post # 32
You can always take pictures for just yourselves and your families to enjoy. I take many photos that I never put on social media- as it should be, I think. Take as many as you want, 1,000 per day if you want, but only put up a few!
Post # 33
@eecuadrado: I’m a little confiused by the poll. Is it how many is too many or how many is ok? I think any more than twice a week is too much.
Post # 34
I love photos. If I didn’t all I would have to do is hide the posts on my newsfeed. Simple solution.
Post # 35
It’s how many is too many per day. I have 1, 2-4, as many as you want, or twice a week.
Post # 36
I think its also a lot to do with “content”….as in…. when the entire album is totally diff pics in diff outfits is one thing…………. but when someone sits there and clicks for what was obviously an hour straight and they post all 100 photos and when you look at them its like an actual movie (or one of those flip movies when you draw cartoons on each page just slightly off and it looks like its moving when you flip) because the baby/child has only moved 1/4 of an inch, or is opening their mouths…. COME ON!! enough of that shit already lol….we get it…. they opened their mouth and ate a carrot HURRAY….we didnt need to see 150 consecutive pics in a row to figure that out!
lol vent done
Post # 37
I’m not so annoyed with seeing millions of baby photos a day, but I do have a general annoyance with people who post several times a day to social media. I think there should be a cap on how many posts are allowed. Mainly because I check it once or twice a day, and having to filter through through 25 posts from the same person to see everyone elses posts and pictures is really annoying.
With that said, there is the hide feature which I use frequently. But with stuff like twitter, tumblr, instagram, even weddingbee, it’s not as easy to get around.
Post # 38
I don’t plan to publicly share any photos of my kid. I will share photos with close family and friends using a more private, controlled method than Facebook. I’m not frieghtened of child predators or anything, nor am I worried about irritating others in my social network with frequent posting. It’s just a more philosophical opinion, in that I think it’s really weird that individuals born today will have thousands of pictures of them online, potentially not secure, before they can even talk! I’m 28 years old and luckily, the only photos you can find of me online are those I gave permission to have up there, starting at around age 18. I can’t imagine what it will be like someday for people to be able to see their entire lives online starting from the day they were born. There’s nothing “wrong” with it, but it just gives me this creepy, the future-is-so-crazy feeling!
Post # 39
On Facebook, a couple of pics per week.
On Instagram, 1x per day.
Post # 41
I definitely over share when it comes to pictures. I’ve probably got 500 pictures of my dogs on my FB. But I keep them all in one album, so they’re not all over. I’m sure it’ll be even worse when I have kids.
I really dont see why people complain about other people posting stuff on their own FB… if you dont want to see it, then dont look. I dont understand why people feel the need to delete people over this. You’re being forced to sit and look through every single picture from every single person.
Post # 42
I say post as many pictures as you want, but something that I would personally appreciate is if people posted them all at once. That way it will create an album and only take up one space on my wall instead of posting a bunch randomly throughout the day and spamming the whole feed. But regardless, it’s your account to do what you please. If I get annoyed with people for whatever reason I just hide their account. No big deal.