Facebook’s new design is here. Here’s how to try it

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Back in May 2019, Facebook announces it will be redesigning its Facebook web interface. Part of the redesign, Facebook says it will be including the Dark Mode feature too. Finally today, Facebook has officially roll out the new design worldwide.

Before we guide you on how to make the switch now, maybe just a quick recap on the new design. First of all, the icons are cooler and more colourful now. The buttons are more minimalistic where you can easily know which is a button and a text. The buttons are large now compared to the previous design. Our first overview on the overall design is, it looks more like the Facebook app for iPad.

Besides that, Dark Mode is the most awaited feature. It looks cleaner and fonts are sharper now when you enable the Dark Mode feature. Especially, when you are working at night you can browse your Facebook now even in a dark environment. It won’t harm your eyes anymore.

How to switch to the Facebook new design?

You can easily switch your current Facebook design to the new design easily. Here’s how you can do it within a few seconds.

  1. Click on the drop-down menu at the top right corner of your Facebook page
  2. There should be a new option “Switch to New Facebook”.
  3. Obviously, click on that option and your Facebook design should be updated to the new user interface now.
  4. If you don’t like the new design, you can easily switch it back to the old classic design by clicking on the “Switch to classic Facebook” option.

How to enable Dark Mode in the Facebook new design?

  1. Click on the drop-down menu at the top right corner of your Facebook page
  2. You should be able to view a toggle button “Dark Mode”.
  3. Just tap on it to enable Dark Mode.
  4. Prior to that, you should first switch to the new design first before activating the Dark Mode.

In conclusion, you can change your Facebook design now. Do let us know in the comments whether you like the new design.

Raaj Lokanathan
Raaj Lokanathan
A software engineer as a profession. A tech blogger as a passion.

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