The redesign of the Facebook page brings a new interface, a dedicated news feed

Facebook has redesigned its pages in India to make it easier to distinguish between personal and public profiles. Facebook pages are different from profiles and are specifically designed to share and connect with businesses, brands, organizations and people. The new page design, according to Facebook, aims to make it easier to find and manage activities. Updates from the page itself to the ability to follow others and share likes and comments. The new page design is said to make it easier to understand practical insights into content performance, including audience trends.

The redesign of Facebook’s new page aims to build a community of people and entrepreneurs in India and make it easier for them to achieve their business goals on the platform. The overall layout is said to be more intelligent with a clear view and feel. It says it makes browsing between a personal profile and a public page easier. He says Facebook is bringing news feeds to pages, forcing businesses and organizations to follow trends, interact with peers and engage with fans. News feed is also said to provide suggestions for new contacts such as other public figures, pages, groups and current trends.

Facebook says page chats are now visible to a wider audience and more likely to be featured in follow-up news feeds. It also introduces the ability to follow the page directly from comments and advice posts. The social media platform is also introducing a new text-based question and answer format to support rich, interactive conversations.

Followers of a page will now receive updates from their favorite pages. Facebook has also updated practice management controls, including the ability to explicitly assign and administer administrator access and assign licenses based on specific functions. Page administrators can now provide full or varying access levels to manage specific functions, including insights, ads, content, community activity, and messages.

Finally, the new page design is said to provide improved security and stability features to identify activities such as hate speech, violence, sexual or spam content and imitation. Pages with verified badges are said to have wider visibility and their comments may be higher in the posts. Facebook confirms that the new design will not affect existing advertising campaigns and page administration rights.


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