Facebook Timeline Feature Coming to All Users

Facebook, the social networking giant has announced through a blog post on late Tuesday that its Timeline feature is coming to the entire world within next few weeks.

The blog post published on Tuesday suggests that once the Timeline feature became available to users, they will have seven days to preview their Timeline so as to hide the content they don’t want to share on front. The seven-day trial period will also help you to learn different aspect of the Timeline before it goes official.

Facebook Timeline

According to Facebook, users will receive a notification at the top of their home page when Timeline has launched in their accounts. It is important to note here that the seven-day trial period is the same for those who activate Timeline and for those whose accounts automatically receive this feature.


Interestingly, the new features and interface is opt-in and will remain so until the feature starts rolling out worldwide. It was back in December 2011 when users were given the option to activate the new feature with a single click and publish their Timeline to their friends.

Even the users who were keen enough to have the new feature were given the option to get access to the Timeline by creating developer accounts in September of last year,

Many users find the new Timeline feature confusing at their first instance. For them Facebook has described its new product as “Timeline gives you an easy way to rediscover the things you shared, and collect your most important moments. It also lets you share new experiences, like the music you listen to or the miles you run.”

The Introducing Timeline page setup by the company gives users a through look into the features of its new product, including covers, app integration and stories.

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