Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has unveiled the company’s much anticipated overhaul of profile pages, transforming the user profile into a virtual scrapbook that digs all the way into your past and at f8 developer conference Zuckerberg laid out Facebook’s vision for the future of profiles. Timeline will automatically help users by saving the important items and shrinking the lesser ones and Facebook update is serious business for the company, which has partnered with the movie provider Netflix, the music service Spotify and many others………………..
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Timeline at the F8 developers conference, calling it the story of your life and Zuckerberg said Timeline changes the way Facebook presents users’ information. The new Timeline takes the place of your profile and provides a realtime stream of everything you’ve done, all the way back to your birth. “This is the heart of the Facebook experience, completely rethought from the ground up. We’re calling it ‘Timeline,” said Zuckerberg, “Timeline is the story of your life: all your stories, all your apps and a new way to express who you are.” The timeline is a realtime stream that shows you all of the events, images and posts that are important to you, while hiding the items that it feels are not important. The Timeline lays out everything that you’ve shared from apps and maps to photos and status messages. There is also a large, wide new header that allows you to show off an image that you choose as a welcome mat of sorts for visitors to your profile. Your avatar is also still present. Zuckerberg also says that you have complete control over what is on the Timeline, where it displays and who can see it. There is a heavy emphasis on privacy with this new version of the profile. You will also find some screenshots by mashable and some videos by youtube below: