Facebook rolls out desktop redesign for some users, broader release soon

Facebook redesign in dark mode is being introduced for some users

Facebook's redesigned web interface with Dark Mode support rolling out

The default design for the new Facebook interface is becoming clearer, but the new dark mode settings offer the best of both worlds.

Remember the Facebook facelift we were all supposed to receive? They'll also have the ability to switch back to the website's current look in case they decide to enjoy it before the new one's wider rollout.

Last spring at the annual F8 Developer Conference, Facebook announced that the platform will be receiving a major redesign; on Friday, January 10, 2020 it was reported that the update has finally begun to roll out. It was not CNET reports that a small percentage of users selected by the company are now invited to try "the New Facebook". This means the News Feed will be featured less, which is probably good news for users overall.

According to CNET, the new design should become available to everyone in the spring.

The new desktop design by Facebook would be more organized, simpler, faster, and more immersive.

Facebook is calling the redesign "The New Facebook" and users will have the option to choose between white and bright color backgrounds for the Facebook desktop site or a dark-mode background under the redesign.

To reiterate, the Dark Mode support for iOS users has still not released by Facebook, in spite of the fact that the same feature is supported in Facebook's other apps such as Facebook Messenger and Instagram. If they don't like it, users can now revert back to the old look, as well as offer feedback and flag bugs.

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