Facebook had formerly oblique at various changes for its oft-ignored Notes tool, and currently those changes are undulating across the site and mobile apps. Fundamentally, your Notes now seem like Medium-esque blog posts. "Notes are now an even better way to write a longer post and share with anyone - whether it's a small group of friends or everyone on Facebook," writes Facebook User Interface Engineer Isaac Salier-Hellendag. Users obtain additional fashionable font formatting options and the chance to insert a big cover photo at the summit of the post. Photos, headers and lists can all be incorporated also.
The feature is systematic out to everybody on the system at once and you can ensure if your account has received the improve yet by logging in and heading. For those of you with extended memories, it's something of a retro twist for social media: at the start of the 2000s, blogs were the unique profiles, made popular by networks such as LiveJournal and Blogger. If you're fixed for motivation, Facebook suggests recapping your summer holiday, articulation your attitude on something in the information or sharing a formula with your friends.