In recent days, the social network has begun to offer users a new interface. So what has changed?
Dark Mode has come to Facebook alongside usability that is reminiscent of Twitter and easier access to the company’s gaming area
So it turns out that besides getting involved in the issues of leaking user information, Facebook occasionally works to improve (depending on who you ask) the experience of using its interface. The social network has begun to offer some users a new browser interface – announced last May.
Dark Mode for everyone and easily
According to user reports, the social network has begun to offer access to the new browser interface in recent days. We received the same message today and jumped at the opportunity to test the new interface and present you with the exciting findings (we may have exaggerated a bit).
With the choice of logging in to the new interface Facebook offers users the option quite a few sites are trying to integrate – Dark Mode.
Even if you choose not to experience the wonder that is the “dark state”, you can always move between modes easily – just click on your image in the left or right corner (depending on the interface language) and you can choose the right configuration for you there.
You can also, right now, jump back to the previous Facebook interface, or as they called the “classic interface”. It is unclear when the social network will fully transition to the new interface and how long access to the old interface will be possible.
Looks a bit like Twitter
The new interface is very reminiscent of Twitter’s change to its interface, with a column of posts in the center of the screen and two columns on the sides.
On the one hand there is a quick access to what Facebook has to offer, such as groups you are a member of, access to the pages you manage and more, while on the other there is a column dedicated entirely to Messenger.
- At the top of the new torch, Facebook offers five options – home (or your torch), Facebook Watch, Marketplace, Groups and the big innovation – Facebook’s gaming interface.
- Facebook seems to be making a move in the gaming realm and wants as many eyes as possible, so it’s easier to access in the new interface.
- Facebook page owners? Notice, from a fairly brief glance, Facebook seems to have changed the settings to the size of the cabaret image and now quite a few cabers look pretty awful in transitioning to the new interface.
- If you have chosen to put a video in the cover of your page, it seems that the new interface (currently) does not work automatically.
- Group Managers, Facebook seems to have thought of you as you create the new interface – which includes very easy access to group management tools on the left side of the page such as disapproved group membership requests, post posting scheduling and more.
If you have not yet
– patience, ensure that by the end of it all will reach everyone.
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