Ok, here goes. I just joined a networking site a few days ago. I recently messaged Andy, a long time friend from school, but we aren't actually friended so our spouces won't get mad, even though we are ONLY friends.
I have also friend who I haven't spoken to in many years Amy, that I messaged also. When I typed in her name, her account looked different and I thought she blocked me! I thought she might be mad that I edited my comment on her photo. So I sent an apology message.
ONLY today I logged in and could not find my messages in my sent folder! My son's little friend was using my computer yesterday and says she was logged in to her account! I think my messages went from her account. I sent a message to Andy letting him know what might have happened. No big deal.
The only thing----I don't want to send a message to Amy, and I'm feeling really dumb right now sending her an apology thinking I was blocked from her account!
Do I do nothing since she'll probably realize I accidently was logged into someone else's account and laugh it off?
Do I try and send another message? I really don't want to at this point, it might be overkill! lol
What will my friend think of this and what should I do?
(It doesn't display the account name when sending a message!)
Last edited by simplequestions; 01-08-2011 at 09:32 AM.
If it was another account, the messages will say that. No need to let them know, they can see it.
I can't see that this is a big deal, except I do agree that young people place an inordinate amount of importance on these sites, and they use them as a primary means of communication. I personally hate this, along with the whole texting obsession.
I don't feel an apology is necessary, what exactly do you feel you did that warrants an apology?