Facebook has begun redesigning its Pages with a cleaner interface to simplify navigation and make it more user-friendly.
Users will find it easier to shift between their personal profiles and Pages. The update will also make it easier for people to find a Page’s bio and posts by decluttering unnecessary parts to Pages. One of these parts Facebook has decided to get rid of is its “likes” button, opting to show just the followers-count instead. The social network also added a new “Dedicated News Feed” feature that offers a more focused feed that allows users to join conversations, follow trends and engage with followers. On top of strengthening its hate-speech detection, Facebook has also made blue checkmarks more visible so users can spot fake accounts or misrepresented accounts much easier.