Facebook Gets Redesigned

Facebook is celebrating its 6th birthday with redesign. The home page redesign will make it easier to find certain features, streamlining the Facebook experience.

Facebook is celebrating its 6th birthday with redesign. The home page redesign will make it easier to find certain features, streamlining the Facebook experience. The update began to run live February 4th, when many of its 400 million users got official access to the new Facebook.

The redesign reorganizes some core features including messages and photos in the left-hand menu. A red notification bubble will now appear on the top left corner of the screen, providing instant access to new notifications. Home and Profile have been moved to the top right of the screen.

New Applications and Games dashboards will make it easier to find recent applications that you used, as well as ones that your friends are using. You can control whether or not friends view your recent applications and games through a new privacy setting option.

Check out the Facebook’s blog post about new design for a full list of updates.  Do you like the new layout? [FacebookBlog via PCWorld]

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