Yes, eventually everyone will be switched to the new Facebook Timeline. Some people have already been notified that they of the change. If you have a Facebook profile, but seldom sign-on, now is the time to clean-up your profile and verify your privacy settings.
Timeline doesn’t change the privacy settings, but it does make older items easier to find and can reveal too much if you haven’t kept up with previous changes. Did you know that each photo album has its own privacy settings now? You may also need to edit your profile to hide some things.
The new format lets you add life events, change the date of earlier posts and choose items to feature.
You can find out more and switch now on this timeline page.
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