Facebook recently announced to users using the web-based beta of Facebook that they will no longer be able to return to the old user interface starting next month. This means that from September onwards, there will be no more choice between the old and new user interfaces, as is the case with most existing user accounts, but everyone will have to use Facebook’s new web-based user interface.
In particular, Facebook users using Facebook’s experimental web interface will see a message under the button that changes from new to old: “The normal Facebook experience will no longer work in September.” When you click the Convert button, a dialog box says, “Contribute?. will appear with more detailed content: “The regular Facebook experience will be down from September. Before Facebook.com becomes the default experience, we want to learn more about how we can improve, like how”. If users want to submit feedback, you can click “Yes” and proceed to select the content area that they think is insufficient
Facebook’s new web-based interface was tested on a mass basis in March 2020, when a Facebook spokesperson told The Verge page that testing will be conducted until the end of the year before it becomes a wearable. concentration. During the testing process, Facebook still allowed the majority of users to freely switch between the two interfaces and continuously receive feedback from them. Therefore, this change of Facebook is considered the last step in the plan that they set out earlier this year.
The new interface of Facebook web-based marks a comprehensive “transformation” compared to the old version. Accordingly, the entire interface is redesigned in a flat interface with white space; the content tabs and chat area are all redesigned, which is considered closer to the Facebook interface on Android and iOS. And also more intuitive and easy to use. However, despite many months of testing, Facebook’s latest move still faces quite a lot of objections from users, the main reason comes from the majority of users who are too familiar with the old interface. on the web for many years.