WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - We're changing the way comments are posted on each story onWLFI.com, and we believe you'll find this change is better.
For years, you've been able to comment on each story you read onWLFI.com. Until now, your comments could be posted through an aliasand you could remain anonymous.
Now, your comments will appear in the same spot at the bottom ofeach web story, and you also have the option of having them appearin your personal Facebook feed.
Beginning now, the only way you can publicly post a comment on WLFI.com is bybeing signed into your personal Facebook page. You canthen share your thoughts about the story directly on our website,and your thoughts can also be seen on your Facebook page.
By default, your Facebook icon and name only shows to other peopleunder the following circumstances.
- You leave a comment on a story.
- You "like" a story and a Facebook friend of yours visits the same story.
You can adjust these settings by logging into Facebook and goingto your Account > Privacy Settings and Account > ApplicationSettings.
When you see your picture next to the comment box, other people do not see that picture. It only means you are logged into Facebook.
We know you won't always want to share each nugget with yourFacebook friends. That's why we've made it easy to send an e-mail directly tothe News Center 18 newsroom, where your thoughts andinside information will be private. Look below the Facebook comments box for the area to"Comment to WLFI-TV18".
Over the years, we have tried to find the best way for each ofyou to share your thoughts on our stories. It's been atrial-and-error process, but we feel this is the best solution todate.
We always welcome your suggestions, so let us know -- either byposting a comment below (and on Facebook) or by sending a privatee-mail.
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