Mark Zuckerberg Announce Interesting Changes to Facebook Profile Page
People truly love Facebook and users can’t just get away with the new features rolling out of late. One such example is Profile Page, and the founder now unveiled some interesting changes to member profile pages on Sunday. In an interview with CBS show, Mark had lot of things to convey.
“60 Minutes, said he turned down an opportunity to sell Facebook to Yahoo! for one billion dollars four years ago and made it clear he is in no hurry to take the company public.
The 26-year-old Facebook chief executive also defended his approach to the privacy of the social network’s more than 500 million users, saying “we never sell your information.”
“Advertisers who are using the site never get access to your information,” he said. “It’s against all of our policies for an application to ever share information with advertisers.
“Now, do we get it right all the time? No!” he said. “But it’s something that we take really seriously.”
The new e pages highlight recent pictures in which a member has been “tagged” in a bar at the top of the page along with biographical information such as where a member is from, where they went to school, their relationship status and where they work.
“People love photos,” Zuckerberg said. “Photos originally weren’t that big a part of the idea for Facebook, but we just found that people really like them, so we built out this functionality.”
Facebook members can highlight their most important friends on their new profile, create new groups of friends or share activities and interests such as favorite musicians and sports teams. This new profile page should be available to all the Facebook users by early next year, stated Josh Wiseman, Facebook engineer.