Wednesday, September 23, 2020

‘Classic’ Facebook design set to disappear next month

Must Read

Microsoft joins OpenAI to exclusively license its unique language model

Seattle, Sep 22 : Microsoft on Tuesday teamed up with Elon Musk-cofounded OpenAI to exclusively license their groundbreaking GPT-3...

NCB likely to summon Deepika Padukone this week

Mumbai: Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone’s name has now emerged in the drug-related probe, which began after actor Sushant Singh...

Twitter records 6.1bn K-pop related tweets in past 12 months

New Delhi: Despite the global Covid-19 pandemic, Twitter has recorded 6.1 billion K-pop related Tweets in the past 12 months. With...

San Francisco, Aug 21 : The classic Facebook web design with blue navigation bar will no longer be available for desktop users starting September, according to a new report in Engadget.

The design that Facebook announced at its developer conference last year has been the new default since May, said the report.

However, it still gives people the option to go back to the “classic” design if they want.

The social networking giant is still asking users questions if it finds people willing to switch to the old design – apparently to improve the new design.

But a notification on the Facebook support page now gives warning to those users who want to switch back to the old look that “the classic Facebook will no longer be available starting in September,” said the report.

With the inclusion of a lot of white space, the new look makes Facebook a way more cleaner. There is also a dark mode that interested users can make use of.

The features that get more prominence in the new design include Facebook’s Groups, Watch and and Gaming sections.

Disclaimer: This story is auto-generated from IANS service.

Subscribe us on The Siasat Daily - Google NewsThe Siasat Daily - Google News

Latest News

Microsoft joins OpenAI to exclusively license its unique language model

Seattle, Sep 22 : Microsoft on Tuesday teamed up with Elon Musk-cofounded OpenAI to...

NCB likely to summon Deepika Padukone this week

Mumbai: Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone’s name has now emerged in the drug-related probe, which began after actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. The Narcotics Control...

Twitter records 6.1bn K-pop related tweets in past 12 months

New Delhi: Despite the global Covid-19 pandemic, Twitter has recorded 6.1 billion K-pop related Tweets in the past 12 months. With over 300 K-pop Topics (by...

Facebook India moves SC seeking to set aside Delhi Assembly Panel Notice

New Delhi, Sep 22 : The Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear a plea by Ajit Mohan, the India head of social media giant...

Salman Khan has no stake in Kwan Talent Management Agency: Actor’s lawyer

Mumbai, Sep 22 : Denying the claims made by a section of the media in recent reports that Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has a...

More Articles Like This