How to Enable New Facebook Desktop Design
Back in 2019, Facebook announced the new refreshing design for the Facebook web offering experience close to mobile apps. The company has been rolling it out slowly and it has not reached to all users yet. Another thing to note is that the company is not enabling it by default. Even if it has reached your profile, you need to enable it manually. If you are not sure how to enable the New Facebook Desktop interface, keep reading.
New Desktop interface offering several visual overhauls. It has less cluttered design and access to relevant information easier.
How to Enable Facebook’s New Desktop Interface.
Open Facebook.com and login in your account using login credentials.
Now click on the down arrow in the top-right corner of the interface. Then select the “Switch To New Facebook” option. This will refresh the page to load the interface design.
You will also see a pop-up messaging first time after switching to the new Facebook desktop design to who you what are you getting.
Click the “Next” button to proceed.
It will then ask you to enable between Light and Dark look. Select whichever you want and then click on the “Get Started” button.
Finally you will have the new Facebook desktop design. You can explore several visual features added to the new design. I will also write more articles talking about the new visual features of Facebook’s new desktop design.
How to Switch Back to Facebook’s Old Interface
You can also go back to the old interface if you do not like the new Facebook Desktop design. Steps to go back are also simple. Just click on the down arrow in the top-right and then click on “Switch To Classic Facebook.”
It will reload the page and you will see the old design again.
Now you know how to enable Facebook’s new desktop design and how to go back to old layout if you didn’t like the design design. You can try checking if this is available for you. Not all users can see this option but it will be available to all soon.
If you have anything to ask, you can leave your questions in the comments below.