Facebook constantly tweaks event invitations, and the latest such adjustment involves a hybrid wall and news feed.
Facebook is testing a revamped version of its self-serve ad creation tool that’s organized by marketing objectives.
Facebook marketing platform Vitrue shared some data on brands in its client base that have already made the switch to timeline for pages.
Facebook just upgraded events to have more in common with groups while requiring fewer clicks to set up events.
More Facebook users are seeing a new layout for the display of photos within Facebook, where captions and comments appear to the right of the image, rather than below it.
Everyone’s known that timeline would eventually become the official profile on Facebook and yet the news of the imminent switch has tensions rising.
Facebook has redesigned group administrators’ pages to look a bit more like profiles.
Facebook appears to be testing a feature for page administrators to order comments based on the posters’ popularity, in addition to chronological ordering.
You can now tag photos with the names of pages in addition to any of your friends who haven’t opted out of this feature in their security settings.
Facebook users finally have the ability to remove themselves from their friends’ photo tagging suggestions, by customizing privacy settings.