Facebook, the US based tech giant and one of the most valuable companies in the entire world is all rolling out the all new desktop site ‘Facebook.com” to all its users. The new desktop website will get some major changes which will include the dark mode which the company promised will come out soon, last year.
Facebook has been testing the dark mode and in a statement said, “The new Facebook.com is simpler and easier to use, with the features you know and love. We’ll keep improving the experience.”
However, Dark Mode is not the only new feature which is coming to the all new version of Facebook desktop site, let us take a look:
Find Things Faster
Facebook has changed how you look for things, it has become much faster and added a new “streamlined navigation”. Facebook says, “it’s never been easier to find videos, games and Groups, and the home page and page transitions load faster. It’s similar to our mobile experience.”
The name of this features is pretty much self explanatory. This feature introduces an almost black background which is easier on the eyes when the user is in dim ambience. Facebook is providing a toggle switch for users to turn dark mode on and off as per their convenience.
Facebook said, “Enjoy lower brightness, alongside contrast and vibrancy, with dark mode. It minimizes screen glare for use in low light, wherever you are.” In a statement, the tech giant said, “The new immersive layout along with Dark Mode makes viewing videos on Watch a great experience,”.
With this update of the desktop website, Facebook will let the users “easily create Events, Pages, Groups and ads on Facebook.”
In the new website, a user will also get the option to “preview a new Group you’re starting in real time, and see what it looks like on mobile before you create it.”
The new Facebook.com is simpler and easier to use, with the features you know and love. We’ll keep improving the experience — go to the Settings Menu and click Give Feedback to share feedback.
As of now, the Dark Mode is also available on Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, which are already owned by Facebook, talking about Instagram, this platform does not have a Dark Mode of its own, however, it does comply with the Dark Mode features offered on both iOS and Android.
The new Facebook.com was first announced by the company last year during the f8 developer conference.