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Upcoming Facebook Changes - Simplified by Mind Map: Upcoming Facebook Changes -
3.3 stars - 3 reviews range from 0 to 5

Upcoming Facebook Changes - Simplified

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A complete revamp of your profile page

Stream of information about you


Status updates

Apps you've used

Places you've visited

Scrolls all the way back to birth, encouraging the posting of pre-Facebook days content

The further back you go, the more compressed data will be

You'll only see the most interesting parts of your history

In beta now

Opt-in to start

Eventually to become the new default profile page

Reminds me of


With a dash of Tumblr


No longer limited to just "Likes"

Facebook partners and developers can turn any very into a button

Seeks to fix the broken "Like" problem

Coming soon:

The option to tell the world that you're reading a book, watching a movie, listening to a particular song

Reminds me of


New Open Graph

Apps will only need to ask for permission once to publish on your behalf

New permissions screen will clearly explain what type of stories will be shared

Updates appear in the ticker automatically

but do not appear in the News Feed, unless, Facebook deems it to be an important event

Attempts to make real time content from friends even easier to find

Reminds me of

A smart move, provided end users understand the controlls

The Ticker

All "non essential" activity

Appears in a scrolling window in the top right of the UI


FarmVille info

Mafia Wars info

Taking prominence

Status updates


Changes in relationship status


Reminds me of


A Multi-Media Extravaganza

New partnerships bring new content




No need to leave Facebook to watch TV and Movies, listen to music, etc.

carving out more of the online entertainment ecosystem

Ticker info will tell you which shows, movies, music, etc. that your friends are enjoying

Reminds me of

Apple's worst nightmare