Get Facebook’s New News Feed – Join The Waiting List

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Get Facebook’s New News Feed – Join The Waiting List

Get Facebook's New News Feed - Join The Waiting List

Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has unveiled a brand new news feed on Thursday. The new news feed comes with some fresh features such as bigger images (finally), multiple feed options for different interests, and a consistent layout on various mobile devices.

Multiple looks means that you can sort between different categories such as: All friends, photos, music, games, groups and more. You just need to do a single click to view a certain category. Photos too, that according to Facebook account for 50% of news feed are given more emphasis in the new design.

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These changes have mostly received positive responses from analysts. Also, the changes are not yet visible to everyone as Facebook is slowly rolling out the new news feed.

One question that many people have in mind is “how to get the new Facebook news feed?” If you’re really too eager and impatient to try out the new look, then you’ll need to visit facebook.com/about/newsfeed. Scroll down on this page and click on the big green “Join Waiting List” button.

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Once you do this, you’ll get a message that says “We’ll let you know as soon as you can try out the new look.”

For now, that’s all you can do and you simply need to wait. How long you need to wait is not known at this time, but Facebook said that the new news feed will be rolling out to some users on the same day, while some may need to wait a bit longer.

So instead of waiting for Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) to implement these changes automatically, you can follow this small simple step and get the new news feed early, compared to others. Try it out and let us know your thoughts on the redesigned news feed.

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