ITV News Facebook users have reacted to the revamped News Feed on the social networking site, here is a selection of their responses:
– Amanda Horsfield
I do wish they'd stop mucking about with it. Every time they roll out something supposedly better it makes it worse. We're still getting used to the last feed 'upgrade'.
– Katy-Ann Cameron-Robson
Can't wait! It will make Facebook better for sharing.
– Christine Dee
Why does he have to keep changing things? Why can't he ask the users what they want first? I've only just got used to the last changes.
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Facebook has unveiled a host of changes to its News Feed today including pages for bands and artists, multiple feed choices and a consistent look across web, tablet and mobile.
Mark Zuckerberg said the Facebook News Feed revamp was designed to "reduce clutter" and that their aim was to create a "personalised newspaper" for its users.
- Images, adverts and updates are larger on the revamped news feed.
- The website will look more like Facebook's mobile version.
- New music pages for bands and artists were unveiled.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has unveiled a new look for the site's News Feed which he said is "designed for the way we are sharing today and the trends we see going forward."
Mr Zuckerberg said the design focused on "rich stories, visual and engaging, your choice of different feeds...and a mobile inspired consistent UI (user interface)."
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said the social networking site's News Feed "is one of the most important things we have built", ahead of an expected revamp to the service.