The Facebook page, which is used by celebrities, businesses, politicians and other public figures to interact with their fans and customers, will get a makeover.
On Wednesday, Facebook began rolling out a cleaner design for the pages, making it easier for people to switch between their personal Facebook profile and their public page. The social network also said that users will be able to find important information such as page bios and posts more quickly with redesign. The company is getting rid of the total “likes” received by the page, rather than simply displaying the number of followers.
Facebook is adding more features to the page, including the ability to share missing videos and photos with 24 Hours, as it competes with rivals such as the short-form video app TickTalk and messaging app Snapchat. Additional tools, however, may make the social network appear cluttered, so it is no surprise that Facebook is redesigning the social network.
Facebook is still adding more features to the page, including a way for people to host Q&A on their page. The company said that a dedicated news feed would include suggestions for public figures, pages, groups and trending content. May be interested in page or public figure.
Like other tools on Facebook, the page has been used to spread misinformation, spam, and other offensive content. The company said it is better at detecting and filtering hate speech, violent, sexual, spammy content, fake accounts and phishing, but details of the improvements have not been known in detail. Blue checkmarks will also be more visible so that users can comment or post from fake Facebook pages or profiles. For example, a comment from a verified page with a blue checkmark may appear higher in the comments section and news feed.