Facebook introduced the largest redesign in its history. But not for everyone

In May, at the annual F8 conference, the Facebook team presented a new design for the social network. And now it has finally begun

testing it.

What's new

The new design of the web version has appeared only for some users. First, their page displays a notification about the changes and that the redesign is currently running only in test mode.


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This redesign is the largest in 15 years.existence of the company, and changes are noticeable to the naked eye. The signature blue “header” at the top of the page is no longer there, and the Facebook logo is now round rather than square.

Navigation icons have moved from the top right corner to the center, the font has become larger, and the new interface is increasingly striving for minimalism.


 


 


 

 

 

In addition, the news feed now remembers where the user stopped. That is, if you go to another page and then return to the feed, it will appear in the same place.

The design of the settings page remains the same.


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It is not yet known when the new version will complete testing and be available to all users.