Facebook has released the official launch of Timeline this evening. At the current time, New Zealand is the only country to get Timeline while other regions will apply it in the “near future.”
In fact, Facebook initially launched Timeline in at the beginning of September, and quickly provided the means for developers and curious users to enable this spec. A more general launch was scheduled for coming month, but it had not come due to some address technical problems and privacy concerns having to do with the software. As you know, Timeline is a way to illustrate your entire life, not just the part you’ve been living on Facebook since you took part in a graphical way.
One of the common issues of Facebook is that it’s almost entirely concerned with the here and now. Major life events, though chronicled, are quickly pushed to the bottom of an individual’s feed and forgotten.
Therefore, Facebook Timeline rolled out to bring those events back, mapping them on a graphic that tells the story of a user’s life, from birth to present day. Although theidea was highly appreciated widely, new privacy concerns were raised with the feature, one of them being that it was visiblefrom the Timeline when you “unfriended” certain people. Timeline is one of Facebook’s most exciting new specs so many consumers will apply it immediately when it is launched officially. There are a lot of amazing Timeline designs for you to apply for your own Facebook and share them with your friends.