The games that suck me in are sandbox games with very little rules to oversee them.
So, yes... I'm there with ya.
Bug, oversight or deliberate omission?
I tried explaining this on Twitter, but 140 character tweets aren't really the best method of conveying the issue, so I've posted a more detailed breakdown here.
1) Visit youtube.com in your DESKTOP browser and browse to any video of your choosing.
2) Click the "Share" text link.
3) Under the "Share this video" heading click the "Share to Facebook" button.
4) A "Post to your wall" pop-up window appears. Click the share button.
5) Load up your Facebook timeline/profile page in your DESKTOP browser. You'll see the shared video from YouTube there.
6) Load up the official Facebook app on your iOS device and then visit your timeline. The YouTube video you shared is missing.
A workaround for this problem is to simply copy the URL of the video you wish to share and paste that directly into a Facebook status update. That way the YT video will appear in your timeline when viewed on an iOS device.
If you share the video via the YT iOS app, it will also correctly appear in your timeline on the Facebook iOS app.
For some reason, YT videos shared via the desktop site don't appear in the timeline when viewed via the iOS app.
I'm going with bug/oversight on this one, seeing as FB don't go to any other lengths to hide YT videos from you elsewhere in the iOS app (ie, you can see them in the news feed, or you can find them via the activity log).
- University of HertfordshireMedia Production & Business Management
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