The Facebook Pages Section Is Re-Designed
US social media giant Facebook is redesigning its Pages section. The new Facebook Pages, where there will be no like button, will have a much simpler interface compared to the previous one. The innovations that are expected to improve the user experience significantly are expected to come to light in the coming months.
Facebook Pages Will Host Many Innovations
Facebook, which has recently made significant changes in the platforms within the company, this time handled the Pages section. The social media giant said in a statement today that it will bring a new look and feel to the Facebook Pages experience for businesses, brands and famous people.
Stating that there will be a special news feed on the new Facebook Pages, the US company stated that there will be several important changes that include a new Q& A format and other tools to attract followers.
Facebook Pages Say Goodbye to the Like Button
Perhaps the most striking change in the new design is the absence of the Like button. Stating that instead of focusing on the total number of followers the Pages have, Facebook stated that this way, it could be learned more clearly how many people Pages reached.
However, Facebook users, even though they once liked a Page, may stop following it to remove it from News Sources when they lose interest over time, but their likes remain stable. This does not give accurate results in determining how many people the Pages actually reach.
On the other hand, New Pages have their own special news feeds, which is among the most notable changes. The Company also introduces a new Q& A format that allows Pages to better interact with their followers.
This follows the trend where creators, brands, or influencers get questions from their fans and answer them on Instagram Stories. This feature can certainly be useful as it allows fans to get to know a creator they love better or to allow brands to engage with consumers more warmly.
The US social media giant stated that the new Facebook Pages, which it started testing last summer, will begin to be published in the coming months.