Facebook shares video of the evolution of News Feed

News Feed since its inception in 2006 has been one of the biggest hits of the company Facebook. On this platform, users can be aware of everything that happens with thousands of contacts in just seconds. News Feed also worked as a news section of Facebook and gradually became important.

No doubt The Evolution of Facebook News Feed has become a breakthrough for the social network because thanks to its graphic appeal, has attracted many users who considered it outdated. Every functionality that Facebook applies to News Feed, both animated GIF publications and live broadcasts are being taken into account.

“Facebook shows its users the evolution of the News Feed”

The Evolution of Facebook News Feed

Facebook shares video of the evolution of News Feed, in the video you can see all the changes that had to happen, even the same Mark Zuckerberg praises the importance of creation. The video has already been reproduced almost half a million times in less than 24 hours and is becoming viral.

One of the original designers Aaron Sittig also joins this celebration as how much of Facebook on your shared an image of the first design News Feed with an emotional message of all that mean this project.

Happy 10th Birthday, News Feed

10 years ago we launched News Feed. Many things have changed, but it's been inspiring to watch News Feed grow as a place where people share and discover what's meaningful, together.

Posted by Facebook on Wednesday, September 7, 2016

New Feed born as a single space for news in 2006, then only you could see the profiles of Facebook users, but after his arrival was to know the latest news from your friends automatically.

Facebook and today have emphasized taking into account three points: updating the feeds, more control on the platform, showing much larger images and improving the consistency for users who enter Facebook from their mobile phones. Facebook shares a video of the evolution of News Feed What do you think about it?

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