Facebook Comes up with New Profile Page Redesign

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This time Facebook has
came up with new Redesign of the profile page. The new profile is a double
column layout featuring the One of the uploaded Pics as Cover  Pic. The photos of your relationships, friends,
and recent photos tagged to you, pages you liked and your location, Your
University/college and your work place had been pushed below
the cover pic. You could notice your birth date being place on the right side
of the heading pic and find your activities and friends activities regarding
you on the both left and right sides.The major change of this page is introduction to the timeline.

Facebook engineer Paul McDonald has announced the new features in Facebook Blog

 

We recently announced our plans to introduce Facebook Timeline, an entirely new kind of profile.
Timeline
gives you an easy way to rediscover the things you shared, and collect
your most important moments. It also lets you share new experiences,
like the music you listen to or the miles you run.
Starting today, timeline is now available everywhere. Here are some tips to help you get started.

7-day review period
When
you upgrade to timeline, you’ll have seven days to review everything
that appears on your timeline before anyone else can see it. You can
also choose to publish your timeline at any time during the review
period. If you decide to wait, your timeline will go live automatically
after seven days. Your new timeline will replace your profile, but all
your stories and photos will still be there.
If you want
to see how your timeline appears to other people, click the gear menu
at the top of your timeline, and select “View As.” You can choose to
see how your timeline appears to a specific friend or the public.

Feature or hide stories
As
you explore your timeline, you may see stories that you want to
feature, like your graduation or the day you bought your first car.
There might also be stuff that you want to remove or hide from your
timeline.
To feature something on your timeline, roll
over the story and click the star to expand it to two columns. Or you
can click the pencil to hide, delete or edit a post.

Use
the privacy dropdown to adjust who can see any of your posts. You can
even select “Only Me” for posts you want to keep but don’t want others
to see.

See all your activity
With
timeline, now you have access to a new tool called Activity Log. Your
activity log is a place where you can review all your posts and
activity, from today back to when you first started using Facebook.
Only you can see your activity log.
You’ll see two
dropdown menus next to each story in your activity log. The first lets
you see and adjust the privacy of a post. The second lets you decide if
you want the post to appear on your timeline. You can feature, hide or
delete any of your posts.
To quickly find a certain type
of story, click the “All” dropdown at the top of your activity log and
select what you’re looking for. For example, you can choose to see only
photos or posts from apps.

 

Starting today, timeline will also be available on Android and m.facebook.com.

 

The profiles are being rolled out gradually and the
company says it hopes to get it to everyone by early next few months..Upgrade your profile pic here:Go to http://www.facebook.com/about/timeline and click Get time line

 

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