Yes, we can say the classic Facebook was flawed, but a lot of young people was growing together and new changes left many indifferent. Facebook introduced a brand new interface last year and has been gradually seeding it out to users – but not without the option to revert to the classic style if preferred.
While Facebook hasn’t inform exactly when the classic option will disappear, with just a week to go until September, it’s probably time start saying a goodbye to the (blue bar).
The redesign, which was announced during Facebook’s annual developer conference F8 last year, represents a shift away the long-standing News Feed to focus on events and groups. Facebook wanted to centre the social network on personal connections, rather than news headlines, games, polls, and photo albums. – writing express.co.uk
According to official Facebook, the advantages of the redesign Facebook include a “clean look” that should make things easier to find on the social network. Not only that, but text is larger in the new design to make it more legible. Also a “dark mode” is available according to your mood.
The new interface is quite similar to that of the Facebook mobile app, with a simple navigation bar that gives you a quick access to various sections of the site. The Facebook logo has been completely redesigned from the classic Facebook interface while retaining familiar features.
Now it is the people’s court to love the new looking design or not, but anyway all hopes for the better and easier internet for many different users. In any case it is possible to switch over to Instagram (though don’t forget that Facebook now owns “Insta” too) and use similar tricks to your curiosity 😉