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KUAM Changelog: comments now Facebook-driven

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One thing that we do a lot here at KUAM Labs is listen to audience feedback. Your comments aren't just random notes that we file away or only mildly consider - your input, in various formats and multiple levels of intensity, is a critical cog in what lets us build the best products for you to keep you informed 24/7/365. And one of the most-requested features people have asked for is Facebook integration with our site.

You talked, we listened.

So here's what's new in our changelog this week for KUAM.com: our web comment engine is now 100% Facebook-driven. We've yanked-out our comment engine and replaced it with exactly what you wanted. Boom. This means you can use the social profile you already have to interact with your friends and family, and classmates and colleagues, to post your thoughts on the biggest issues of the day. You'll be posting your thoughts, ideas, criticism using your own genuine identity, not some generic online handle.

Plus, posting a comment on KUAM.com gives you the option to publish your thoughts on your own News Feed on Facebook, which greatly helps generate traction for your profile. You can spawn entirely new conversations based on our stories, which continue as dedicated threads on our site. It's a total win/win for everybody. Give it a spin on your favorite stories now!

So to bring this full circle, keep the feedback coming. We're listening, and we're always working to make KUAM.com, the KUAM New mobile app for iOS and Android, and our social channels on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Snapchat the most informative, entertaining, and convenient for you.

Thanks for interacting with KUAM! :)

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