Facebook revamps Pages design on desktop


Facebook has announced a new streamlined look for Pages on desktop. The new design is intended to help both users and Page admins find the information they are looking for very easily. Facebook says that the revamped version will start rolling out “this week.”

Just like user profiles, the right-side column of the timeline for Page’s displays all the posts in one column. This means that the posts will appear the same on your Page as they do in the News Feed. The left-side column of the timeline includes all the information about the Page, including a map, hours of business, phone number and website URL, as well as photos and videos. So now all posts comes to the right side and other information on the left side, a simple design instead of the previous multiple-column design which was simply too confusing.

Apart from this, there are some more changes that the Page admins will definitely admire, they can now view information about the ads they’re running, new likes, unread notifications, and messages no matter where they are on the Page. The company has also added a new navigation option on the top of the Page to access your activity, insights and settings, easily. The Build Audience menu at the top of the Page offers direct access to your Ads Manager account. Its not over, Facebook is also adding a new “Pages to Watch” feature in the Page Insights tool. The feature will let admins track and compare the performance of Pages similar to their own, including key stats and the past week’s most engaging posts. If all these changes are still not appearing in your page, don’t worry it will anytime this week.

SOURCE: Facebook

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