Facebook continues its quest to perfect the social networking experience and to make it easier for people to get to know you through the personal profile page. The social network giant likens a profile page to your public introduction to the world at large, and it has gathered in one central location the information you would most likely share with someone you’re meeting for the first time. Our sister site, Datamation.com has the full story on what changes you can expect in your Facebook profile – and the public reaction thus far.
Our sister site, Datamation.com has the full story on what changes you can expect in your Facebook profile – and the public reaction thus far.
Social networking site Facebook has rolled out one of the more ambitious redesigns in the company’s history, unveiling on Sunday revamped profile pages designed to present a snapshot of users at a glance, what the company describes as “a new introduction.”
Under the new design, Facebook is bundling basic information about users into their profiles, presenting fast facts such as their home town or occupation, “the kinds of conversation starters you share with people you’ve just met or exchange with old friends as you get reacquainted,” Facebook engineer Josh Wiseman wrote in a blog post announcing the new features.
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