Facebook Launches Revamped News Feed

The world’s largest social network has launched some major changes to the layout of the website. What can you expect to see on Facebook? Check out the details below.


Facebook has developed a cleaner look on its website in effort to please users bombarded by the busy new feed and attract advertisers to bring business to the website. The news feed was described to be designed more as a personalinzed newspaper providing users with updates from friends and family.

The new design will feature bigger photos and links on the News Feed for all, including advertisers. The feed can also be streamlined to feature particular posts like music or posts from particular friends.

At a new conference yesterday, Facebook CEO Mark  Zuckerberg said the social network has been designed to be “the best personalized newspaper in the world.” According to Zuckerberg, the “front page” will be more engaging just like an actual newspaper. The changes were also rolled out for the network’s mobile apps, a major focus of the company’s business plan.

Overall the design of Facebook has not been effected but in the background improved algorithms will bring improvement to the personalization of the social network and connect people with information they want and even information they were not looking for but should have.


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