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Facebook Facelift: New 'Profile Pages' Tomorrow, Or Now

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via Mashable
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Mark Zuckerberg’s tonight appearance on 60 Minutes coincides with tomorrow's debut of Facebook's new Profile Pages. According to Mashable, "the oft-forgotten 'Poke' has been moved" to the top of the page and is located, "next to a more visible 'Message' button." Photo placement and ad sizes have also been tweaked. The most substantial change is the relocation of tabs like 'Wall' and 'Info' to the left of the page under the profile photo.

Can't wait until tomorrow? Unlock the new page design now by following these simple instructions.