So when will Facebook's new "Timeline" interface be rolled out to end users? A recent wall posting from a Facebook employee sugggests the company is aiming for an “end of the year” rollout.
The public release of Timeline appears to be as far off as it was when Mark Zuckerberg announced on September 22, 2011 that the feature would arrive “in coming weeks.”
Some people think the delay is part of a deliberate strategy by Facebook to introduce the feature gradually. Others think a legal dispute is the reason for the delay. Lawsuit might delay Facebook Timeline launch
The reluctance of Facebook users to embrace change is an issue. “Any time a company with 800 million active customers makes a change, a certain predictable percentage of them will not be happy.
Timeline puts all of your activity in chronological order in a visually pleasing way. Almost like a personal webpage for Facebook, this timeline is designed to highlight large photos, status updates, and activity.
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Thursday, October 20, 2011
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