Facebook Messenger, the well-known messaging application linked to Mark Zuckerberg’s social network, changes its appearance once again by refreshing its design with a completely new graphic interface.
As reported by TechCrunch, Facebook has started the rollout of a new graphic design that substantially streamlines the user experience by giving greater prominence to the messages and going to nest some more secondary functions; the first to make up is the card Discover, a departure announced for some time by Mark Zuckerberg in August 2019.
The main focus is now the tab People and it comes displayed in full screen including two tabs: Stories and Active. The latter section will allow you to access your list of friends and see who is online so you can start a chat faster. The social network has also decided to give less visibility to Bot, to businesses and games that are now more hidden and accessible only through the application search bar.
In the complex, the review is undoubtedly well-reasoned, able to streamline the user experience without compromising the simplicity of access to the contents offered by Facebook. The rollout is already underway, therefore if you have not yet received the update it could only be a matter of a few days.