Facebook’s New News Feed: How To Get In Line For New Features


How to sign up for the new Facebook News Feed

When Facebook announced its new News Feed, Thursday they said it would be rolling out to desktops starting that day.

We reported about the new features and streamed the event live on Social News Daily, but if Facebook announced that users had to join a waiting list to get the features rolled out to my account, I completely missed that part of the announcement.

I waited, and waited, went to sleep, woke up, and waited some more. I asked my friends if anyone had gotten the new News Feed. No one had, but one friend pointed me toward this…

Facebook.com/about/newsfeed

It’s a big pretty page that shows off the cleaner, photo centric News Feed as it will look in browsers and on mobile phones. Below that is a demo of the new “Feeds Switcher.”

The new interface has been carefully designed to provide a consistent experience from browser, to phone, to tablets.

When you’ve scrolled down through all the pretty pictures and animated graphic demos and a YouTube video where the team talks about the new design, at the bottom of the page is an invitation to, “Give it a try.”

If you’re excited about the new News Feeds, and want them added to your own account any time soon, go click click that button and get in line!

https://youtu.be/YaQQHYQHnMk


Neal Campbell

Neal Campbell is a writer and artist with a Master’s Degree in Psychology, which may or may not explain why he is a writer and artist. In 2005, he launched and produced GeekBrief.TV, one of the first and most successful video podcasts. Neal writes about technology, pop culture, science, TV, the Internet, and sometimes bacon. He lives on the Internet, and loves his Chihuahua, Zoe, who hasn’t left his lap in eight years.

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