Facebook Unveils News Feed Redesign, One Year Later

By Kurt Wagner, Social media reporter for Mashable.

New News Feed

Facebook will begin rolling out a redesign for its news feed on Thursday, almost exactly one year after the company initially announced a major overhaul at its Menlo Park, Calif., headquarters.

The new look includes font changes and more prominent photos that span the entire news feed, but the overall look is more subtle than the changes Facebook promised a year ago when it first announced the redesign.

Those proposed changes never took place, except on a small number of users’ profiles, and ultimately were abandoned. Thursday’s update is an alternative that Facebook’s news feed product manager Greg Marra told Re/code takes user feedback from the past year into account.

There are other slight changes to the redesign, like larger buttons added to the “people you may know” section along the right rail and slight design tweaks to icons on the “update status” and the “add photos/videos” tabs across the top. The new look will not…


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