Facebook made some huge changes about a year ago that truly turned their site around. Prior to these changes, Facebook was more for people that were trying to connect to old school buddies. Then it became a site for people to connect without so much of a college influence and has gained upwards of 3 million users.
Well, after everyone flocked to the new user interface on Facebook, they changed their tune again. Unlike MySpace, Facebook decided to surprise all of the users with these “Grand new changes”. When MySpace changed their user interface, they gave the users a choice to switch to the new, or to stay with the old. The users of Facebook had no warning, and no clue that everything they were used to was about to change. Usually change takes time to adjust to, whether it is a change in a life situation or it is a website that changed a bunch of stuff.
What do you think? Are they good changes? Are they changes that should be reverted? Should Facebook leave well enough alone and change it back, or should they stick to their guns? Should we trust the developers of Facebook a bit more to be actually moving toward improvements, or do you think that the management doesn’t know what the users really want?