Social media giant Facebook has reportedly started rolling out dark mode update for desktop users. Not just that, Facebook also appears to be testing a new Twitter-like desktop interface. If you recall, this had long been coming. In fact, Facebook had announced earlier this year that they have plans to redesign the desktop website. Facebook had also confirmed its plans to roll out the dark mode. Now, it seems like the wait is finally over and Facebook users can finally start experiencing both new updates -- Redesigned website and Dark theme. However, Facebook is yet to officially confirm the development. Here's everything we know so far about Facebook's redesigned website and Dark mode.
It seems like the access to Facebook's redesigned website is invite-only. We have come across multiple reports that users are being invited to try out Facebook's new redesigned website interface and believe it or not, it resembles Twitter to a great extent. Take a look.
While inviting users to Facebook's new, redesigned website, this is what Facebook apparently has to say: 'We are excited for you to try a fresh, simpler experience of the facebook website.' Facebook claims to help users find things faster. For example, it says Facebook users 'get there fast with our new streamlined way to navigate.' Apart from that, it seems like Facebook's focus remains on 'cleaner look' and 'bigger text.' Again, Facebook says: 'Larger fonts and simplified layouts make it easier to do what you want.' Last but not least, Facebook also wants to help users 'pick up' where they left off. It says: 'Now we'll save your spot if you navigate away from news feed.'
Similar to Twitter, Facebook will allow users to choose from two options: Light and Dark theme. That's how Facebook plans to roll out the Dark theme interface to its users. Apparently, Facebook wants to keep its desktop interface clean and minimalist, similar to Twitter. In fact, Facebook appears to be working on streamlining its user interface across both the mobile app as well as the desktop interface. It remains to be seen what it looks like, though. We will keep an eye on this upcoming update. Meanwhile, stay tuned with us and let us know in the comments section below whether you too have received the beta invite to try out Facebook's redesigned website interface.