While on the one hand his number one sets long-term goals for 2030 well in advance, on the other Facebook look to a more immediate future by starting the rollout of new desktop interface. A makeover announced last year in April at the F8 conference.
Facebook's new desktop interface is coming
What immediately catches the eye is theabsence of the blue bar at the top of the screen, to date distinctive elements of the social networks. A cleaner look, with fewer elements displayed for the same occupied space. This will be "The New Facebook" as it has already been renamed. The implementation of the now ubiquitous Dark Mode is also planned (screenshots later in the article) packaged specifically to not strain your eyes.
Currently, the rollout affects a limited number of users. The goal is obviously to collect the feedback needed to intervene where necessary during this phase of test. In any case, Facebook plans to offer the new desktop interface to a wider slice of its community (now made up of 2.5 billion people) by spring.
A restyling or a new logo will hardly be enough to leave behind a complicated period, including countless slips on the theme privacy and a position on advertising that continues to be discussed. It is a fact, however, that despite the problems that emerged from the explosion of the Cambridge Analytica case onwards, Mark Zuckerberg's group is continuing to grow and generate profits: revenues of 17.65 billion dollars only in Q3 2019.