Facebook Makes Group Pages A Bit More Like Profiles

Facebook has redesigned group administrators’ pages to look a bit more like profiles.

Navigational links have moved up the page to pulldown menus within buttons in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.

The rightmost button has the exact same design as the link on personal profiles for the pulldown menu containing the poke button.

Additionally, the page displays the number of photos and documents toward the top left side of the page the top, beneath the name of the group.

These changes together open up enough space in the right-hand column for two advertisements and two panels suggesting other parts of Facebook, according to our most esteemed sibling blog Inside Facebook.

Readers, what do you think of the new layout for group administrators’ pages?

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