Essential Guide To Facebook Page Changes [SCREENSHOTS] Facebook unveiled major upgrades to fan Pages on February 10.
If you have not yet upgraded your Page(s), you can do so here. I recommended choosing the Preview option first to get a feel for what’s changed. However, on March 10, the upgrade will be automatic, so you may as well switch before then to get used to it. ALL Page Admins who have upgraded their Page already (or are currently using Facebook in Page Preview mode), will view *your* Page in the upgraded design whether you’ve upgraded yet or not. Basically, it’s the same as the new Profile design rollout – anyone who upgraded sees everyone else the new way. In this post, I’ll walk you through the main Page upgrades, complete with marked-up screenshots and a review of each change.
Logged in as Profile The layout and navigation of Pages are now very similar to the new Profile design. 8 New Facebook Page Changes: What You Need to Know. Are you wondering what to do about the new Facebook page changes?
This article will explore the important changes and what it means for your business. On Thursday, February 10, Facebook finally pulled the trigger and announced the updated layout of Facebook pages. They made the change to bring them more in line with the recently redesigned personal profiles and to provide a more consistent user experience. As with any major change to the Facebook user experience, the new design and features were accompanied by complaints, but overall, were well received.
Let’s take a closer look at these changes and what they mean for your business. #1: Many Functions Are Changed One big improvement is providing one-click access to several admin tasks, rather than having to go through the “Edit page” link. Managing page admins is now accessible via clicking “See all” in the Admins area in the right column. I think these changes are uniformly excellent, resulting in a cleaner, less cluttered interface.
Changes to Facebook Pages – A Quick Guide. Yes, LinkedIn is a very different social network with very different users and a very different purpose than the likes of Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
But, that doesn’t mean it’s not a platform that’s always experimenting, evolving and changing like the others. In the past few months alone, LinkedIn has made alterations that you, especially if you’re B2B, must be aware of in case they affect current strategy or serve as inspiration for new LinkedIn tactics for your brand. Congratulations! You’re a Publisher! Did you ever see a post from one of those LinkedIn Influencers and think to yourself, “Hey, that should be me”? But just to give you an idea of how impressed people need to be with your content, the average Influencer post gets over 31,000 views, over 250 likes and around 80 comments.
Hmm, That Didn’t Work, Part 1 In what LinkedIn described as a decision to focus on a few big bets, they shut down LinkedIn Intro. Facebook Updates Fan Pages (Finally Does Something Right) On Thursday February 10, Facebook made some much anticipated changes to their Fan Pages.
For a good part of the day, confusion reigned supreme. Some were excited, some were mad and many were just plain confused. Let’s explore the changes and what they mean to you. There was a glitch that caused the pages to be truncated and there was a lot of speculation that the width of the tabs was being changed. We heard they were being reduced to 500 pixels, 491, 492 and 493 pixels. This reminds us that we are at the mercy of Facebook and you need to stay current on their changes and be prepared to maintain your page according to whatever changes they may make (with or without advance notice).
Now, onto the other changes (most of them really good): The navigation (links to other tabs) is now on the left side. Another new change is pictures across the top of the page (like on the personal profiles). There are lots of cool tricks you do to play with the photos and how they appear. Facebook Page redesign: 10 things admins should do RIGHT NOW. Facebook announced a massive overhaul of its Pages for business today, and here's the most surprising part: It's awesome. Don't listen to the angry mobs complaining about change. Today's shift is overwhelmingly positive and creates much-needed options for Page admins.
That said, you've got some work to do if you want to make the most if it. We've compiled 10 simple steps that will get you started on the right foot: 1. Yes, it's opt-in. Tip: If you admin lots of pages, but only want to upgrade one or two for now, the upgrade system is wonky. Don't want to switch? 2. Here's the first cause for celebration. Tip: First thing, click "Edit Page," then "Basic Inforrmation" to select your category and subcategory. 3. Facebook seems to be defaulting all upgraded pages to a setting that e-mails you when a fan comments.
Thankfully, the setting seems to default to "off" if the Page is large (I'd guess the threshold is around 10,000+ Likes). 4. 5. 6.