How to Get Facebook's New News Feed Soon For You Earlier Than Others

The social media giant Facebook rolling out an updated news feed for there users to reduce clutter and focus more on stories from friends, but killed tickers now. The design which aims to give a more unified experience to users across tablets, mobiles, desktops and PC’s will divide your feed into content based and give greater prominence to photos, links etc.

How to Get Facebook's New News Feed

In This, There won’t be just one News Feed. Content based Feeds coming up as well.
  • All Friends: A feed that shows you everything your friends are sharing from status messages to links etc.
  • Photos: A feed with nothing but photos from your friends and the Pages you like on Facebook.
  • Music: A feed with posts about the music you listen to, music that your friends listen to, information about your favourite artists and what they share on Facebook.
  • Following: This feed with the latest news from the Pages you like, celebrities, and other important people you follow on Facebook.
Facebook is currently testing this with a limited number of users and you have to sign up for a wait list to get the new design. Be patient, it will take some months before it is rolled out to desktops. The Android, iPhone and iPad app users will get the new look in the coming weeks.

How to Get Soon:
  • Sing in to your Facebook account
  • Go to this Facebook News Feed link, then scroll down.
  • Click on the Join Now button to sign up for a wait list.
How to Get Facebook's New News Feed

That's all Now you are in the waited list for getting Facebook new look. You will get earlier than other Facebook users.

If you hate this new design, and think Facebook is going to get more complicated than ever, don’t worry, the design will take some time to roll out for everyone. So you don't want to sign up for a wait list.
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