There’s a good chance that you have had your fill of Facebook, the social media platform created by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004 to help his fellow students at Harvard connect with one another. Of course, we all know the platform has changed plenty since then, adding features, targeted ads, and a lot of users — though that might be changing. According to research company Statista, 45% of users considered leaving Facebook in the third quarter of 2020, and almost 2 million users per day were actually leaving. I joined the opt-out crowd and quit Facebook cold-turkey for a month. This is what I learned.