Already? Browser Extension OldTimeline Aimed At Facebook Users Unhappy With New Timeline

That was quick: Even though only a small percentage of Facebook users has access to the social network’s redesigned Timeline, a browser extension to revert to the “old” Timeline has already been released.

Italian developer Secuna — creator of Msn4FB, which brings popular features from Windows Messenger and Skype into Facebook chat; and Restyle Timeline, which allowed users to tweak the layouts of their “old” Timelines — unveiled Chrome and Firefox extension OldTimeline, which removes the left-hand column in the new Timeline layout, which contains users’ about information, recent activities, and Open Graph actions via Facebook-connected applications.

Secuna said browser extensions for Safari and Internet Explorer would be released soon.

Readers: Would you want all the information in the left-hand column of the new Timeline design to be hidden?

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