An interesting read from the perspective of young adults quitting various social media platforms; Facebook in particular has become somewhat passe, it appears.
There's a strong argument that certain platforms can make the young feel alienated, or lacking in social acceptance, because of the constant need to 'like' an innocuous status, or add a smiley emoji to a video of a cats being startled by cucumbers (I kid you not).
I'm in my early forties, so clearly not 'down with the kids' by any stretch of the imagination, but I too have noticed a downwards shift in people's attitudes to the plethora of social media options.
Have we now reached a glass ceiling I wonder?
We’ve not needed social media for thousands of years and now it feels like people think your life is over if you don’t have it, which is ridiculous. I joined when I was 13, but I don’t feel like I really knew what I was signing up for and the platform has changed a lot over the years. There’s much more advertising on it now, for example.