Facebook’s new look is making headlines in San Francisco.
The Chronicle’s headline on Friday read, “Here we go again – Facebook is about to change News Feed.”
As the Chronicle points out, Facebook members don’t like change. But the social Internet site plans to change its timeline.
Facebook will give reporters a preview of its new “News Feed” look on Thursday.
Wired.com reported, “All Facebook said in the press invite announcing the March 7 event is we’ll “see a new look for News Feed.” But TechCrunch reported in January that Facebook was testing a mobile News Feed that abandoned the traditional blue and white, chrome-heavy Facebook design for a full-screen, image-based approach.”
Forbes.com reports, “Facebook didn’t offer details, but it’s no surprise that it keeps tweaking the News Feed. Some folks have complained that with more than a few friends or brand “likes,” the feed can get very noisy. At the same time, other people complain that Facebook’s algorithms for showing selected posts too often leave out their friends’ updates.”
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