Facebook Timeline design new tests

Facebook users may be in store for some design changes to their deadlines.

The popular social network testing a redesigned layout for the scenario selected among users in New Zealand, a place where Facebook tries with new functionality.

The new layout features a single column for all posts and updates on your Timeline, according to a screenshot obtained by The Next Web. That in itself would be a welcome change from the current double-column presentation, which has always struck me as confusing and unnecessary.

With your updates and other items on the right, an "About" appears on the left with pieces from your profile. Years appear all the way on the right sidebar, where you can spend in a given year, as you are able to now.Another image taken by TNW shows a new feature in the form of an update , the latter from BuzzFeed.

By clicking on the link in the update opens the associated Web page, as always.

But a new "Like Page" button can take you directly to the BuzzFeed official Facebook page. Tweak it seems to have been designed to help people more easily find the real Facebook pages of different companies and organizations.

There is no word on when, or if, this new Timeline could arise for other users. Assuming the testing phase goes well in New Zealand, Facebook will probably start deploying settings Chronology for the rest of the world.

CNET contacted Facebook for comment and will update the story when the company responds.
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