Hmm…Well, the easy answer to this would be ‘No’. However, it also depends on the type of person that you are as well as the kind of Facebook account you are maintaining. According to Michelle Nichols of Reuters, a survey of 1,000 … Continue reading
After an extended wait, the much ballyhooed, much reviled Facebook Timeline is finally here, an official blog post Thursday announced to the world.
While the update has been available in some areas — such as New Zealand last week — for testing and developing purposes, beginning today, the new feature will be available to everyone everywhere.
Users looking to check out the service immediately can go to the Introducing Timeline page and click “Get It Now” button near the bottom right. Otherwise, an announcement will eventually appear at the top of your profile, according to Facebook.
The world’s most prominent social network hopes its latest digital makeover — which aggregates and organizes your profile chronologically — will help you “rediscover the things you shared, and collect your most important moments.
“It’s the heart of your Facebook experience, completely rethought from the ground up,” Zuckerberg gushed when he first introduced the feature druing this year’s f8 conference. “Timeline is the story of your life.”
For those worried about what exactly from their past might be popping up with the new profile, Facebook is giving users up to seven days to review their new Timeline before it becomes public.
Rather to read more, try TIMELINE on your Facebook Profile!!!!