Facebook’s New “News Feed” Unveiled

Thursday, March 7th, 2013
 
A full week after hinting that Facebook would launch a new version of the News Feed, the social media giant starts rolling out the new, radically-designed homepage. Presenting from Facebook’s Menlo Park, California, headquarters, Mark Zuckerberg describes the new News Feed as a “personalized newspaper” that focuses more on the visuals and allows users to choose the topics they are most interested
 

Facebook Redesigns Little-Known Friendship Pages

Friday, November 9th, 2012
 
Facebook is more than just liking cat photos, sharing inspiring quotes, and annoying friends with Bubble Safari notifications. The social networking site has several features many users are unfamiliar about, one of which is the Friendship Pages. This little-known feature shows everything that you and your friend share and tag from wall posts, updates, and photos. It was not good to look at since it possessed the
 

Facebook Now Allows Users to Edit Comments Anytime

Friday, June 22nd, 2012
 
If you have made a comment on Facebook and realized too late that you have misspelled a word, it is there forever. Sure, you can delete it and write it all over again, or press the X just after publishing the comment to edit it, but the social network wants to make it easier and more convenient this time. Facebook introduces a new feature that allows users to edit their misspelled and grammatically wrong comments