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.
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