Millions of Facebook users warned of HUGE changes – have you seen them yet?

FACEBOOK is changing its look – but will you like it?

Millions of Facebook fans have been warned about a major overhaul of the site.

There's a new Facebook desktop look you need to check out


There’s a new Facebook desktop look you need to check outPhoto credit: Facebook / Twitter / @wongmjane
Facebook is also changing the mobile app


Facebook is also changing the mobile appCredit: Facebook

Facebook is used by billions of people around the world, so changes have a big impact.

Now Facebook users on desktop are looking forward to a major overhaul.

A preview of the new look was “rolled out” to the software developer and Twitter star. Jane Wongwho shared it online.

“I love the uncluttered top navigation bar and more emphasis on the search bar,” explained Jane.

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“It feels crisper (not sure if placebo effect).

“It also has a new splash screen on page load, similar to Instagram for web.”

That’s not the only change for Facebook.

Facebook also recently announced a major overhaul of the look of its mobile app.

Mobile makeover

The new mobile update, unveiled late last month, adds a new Feeds tab.

This includes the latest posts from your friends, as well as favorites, pages, and groups.

And it’s completely free of suggested posts – so you’ll only see content you’ve specifically chosen to follow.

But you still see the normal Home tab first when you load Facebook.

This is also where you see suggested content based on what Facebook thinks you like.

“One of the most requested features for Facebook is to make sure people don’t miss friends’ posts,” explained billionaire Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

“That’s why today we’re launching a Feeds tab where you can see posts from your friends, groups, Pages and more separately in chronological order.

“The app will still open to a personalized feed on the Home tab, where our discovery engine will recommend the content we think will interest you the most.

“But the Feeds tab gives you the ability to further customize and control your experience.”

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Facebook is under increasing pressure from competing social media apps.

TikTok in particular is a thorn in Facebook’s side.

One of the biggest complaints about Facebook and Instagram is that users see too much suggested content — and not enough media from friends and family.

Instagram — also owned by Meta — was forced to do an about-face in increases in featured posts and full-screen videos after Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian demanded that it “stop trying to be TikTok.”

“I’m glad we took a risk — if we don’t fail every once in a while, we’re not thinking big enough or bold enough,” Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri told Instagram platformer.

“But we definitely have to take a big step back and regroup.

“[When] we learned a lot, then we come back with some new idea or iteration.

“So we’re going to work through that.

“With the new feed designs, people are frustrated and the usage data isn’t great.

“So I think we need to take a big step back, regroup and figure out how we want to move forward.”

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