Facebook’s Redesigned Desktop Interface Rolling Out to Few Users, More Widely Available in Spring 2020: Report


In April 2019, social media giant – Facebook has mentioned in its upcoming plan that the company is working on bringing a revamped design for the Facebook web. And now, the fresh design is reportedly rolling out to a few users for testing and feedback purposes. According to a report, other users will get access to the redesigned Facebook web by the end of April 2020. 

As reported by CNET, Facebook has shipped the redesigned version of the Facebook web to some of its users. The fresh design brings a lot of improvement and changes to the UI of the Facebook web. As of now, Facebook allows users to continue using ‘The New Facebook’ or they can roll back to the old design which is currently available worldwide. 

Facebook has also confirmed to CNET that other Facebook users will receive the redesigned Facebook interface on the desktop by spring 2020. Also, with the new Facebook, the social media giant is bringing the dark mode for the first time to its web application. Users can switch between the light and the dark mode.

The company will also ask users for their feedback, and make relevant changes before rolling out the new design to everyone else. Facebook had earlier said that it will release its new desktop experience last year. 

This new change is coming when the company is battling against misinformation and privacy issues. Recently, the company announced that it is planning to handle deep fake videos. The company has been in the questions for a long time related to its privacy and misinformation issues on its platform.

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