A little over a year ago, Facebook announced the deployment of a new Newsfeed that was supposed to revolutionize our use of Facebook. This update was a real novelty, but after a few weeks of deployment it was completely put on hold. In question, the bad feedback from users. It seems, in fact, that this "new newsfeed" was a large-scale beta of the version announced last night by the Palo Alto social network. The brand new version of the newsfeed. The brand new version of the newsfeed. The new Newsfeed
presented by Facebook takes the appearance of the mobile version, and some elements of the old versions. However, it is much less "aggressive" than phone number list the version presented last year. Photos are larger, fonts are new (Helvetica and Arial), icons are redesigned, and trending topics are better integrated The old version newsfeed. Facebook has abandoned the huge menu of the previous version, and integrates it into a sidebar much closer to what we were used to. The colors are also slightly modified,
the Timeline is indeed on a white background, while the rest of the interface is on a gray background. Nothing revolutionary therefore, but a rather successful graphic aspect, and above all, a standardization of the highly anticipated versions. By dint of partially deploying new versions, no one had the same interface. Note that this time the deployment should really be done in a few weeks, and that it has already started.