Facebook is redecorating, again! This time, though, the new design is for Facebook Pages only. They are completely revamping the layout of their pages.
Some of the most notable changes include:
- Clearer cover image: Similar to Facebook groups, the cover image will now be a standalone, clear image on top of the page. This will definitely change the way people think and view cover images.
- Tabs to the left: With the new layout, the tabs for the pages are moving to the left of the page. This will also allow more tabs to be visible on screen.
- Search bar on the right: A simple search bar has been added on the right of the page so that you can quickly jump to relevant content or posts.
- Picture and name to the left: With the cover centralized, the picture will now essentially be the ‘logo’ for a page with the name directly below it.
Overall, Facebook has made a significant change that is to improve the overall portfolio of a page. The social media giant is working a little differently to implement the new layout though. As opposed to its traditional way of going page by page, Facebook is rolling out the change on a user to user basis.
We first spotted the changes a few days ago and upon inspection, it was noted that most users were still on the older layout. There is no official word about the redesign from Facebook and hence, we cannot estimate when the update will roll out for everyone.