Facebook's redesigned web interface with Dark Mode support rolling out
What you need to know
- Facebook is beginning to roll out its redesigned web interface.
- The new-look was announced in April and features a cleaner design and a Dark Mode
- This is only for desktop Facebook, it's coming in the Spring, and right now a small percentage of people can test out the design.
Facebook is beginning the rollout of its redesigned desktop web interface, complete with a new Dark Mode.
As reported by CNET, the new design, originally announced in April, will be available "broadly sometime in the spring," and as of right now a few select users can test out the feature:
According to Facebook, the emphasis of the new design is on communities, back in April it said:
A lot of these updates have been pushed to Facebook's mobile apps since that announcement, and as CNET notes will make their way to the desktop version of Facebook "broadly sometime in the spring." According to the report, anyone who agrees to use the redesigned website will be able to switch back to the old standard look. They can also give Facebook feedback about specific features or their general feelings on the overhaul.
Check out this closer look at FB5, complete with a sneak peek at Dark Mode!
Here's a closer look at FB5, including Dark Mode for web, coming soon. pic.twitter.com/Z55iUOdekrHere's a closer look at FB5, including Dark Mode for web, coming soon. pic.twitter.com/Z55iUOdekr— Meta (@Meta) April 30, 2019April 30, 2019
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