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Facebook on the Way to Change Your Timeline Again

Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook is about to change your profile timeline again. Reports says that a new look has shown up for a limited number of users already. Its going to hit a larger crowd soon. 

According to ABC News, a producer's profile changed already to the new look. Facebook confirmed today that it’s trying some new things. “This is a new design Facebook is testing with a small percentage of people to make navigating timeline even easier,” a Facebook spokesperson told ABC News.

What’s going to change? The look is going to be simpler. 

What's next? The profile navigations are going to be presented as tabs, including buttons like Timeline, About, Friends, Photos and more. Your name will be lifted to the cover photo. The word “subscribers” will be gone and replaced with "followers.” If you have 1000 subscribers, it will show as 1K.

The new look is simple, clean and offers a decent interface for the profile.  

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  • Mohammed Anzil's picture
    Dec 28 Posted 2 years ago Mohammed Anzil

    Yes........ Agrree that this is great and about time. I don't think the newsdeef need an overhall....

    Happy New Year................


  • About Town Marketing's picture
    Dec 25 Posted 2 years ago About Town Marketing

    I think this is great and about time.  The current version has been around for a while and could do with a refresh.  But how often do people view timelines.  Is it the newsfeed that needs an overhall?

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