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Facebook Profile of 2007


Facebook Notes was introduced on August 22, 2006, a blog feature that allowed tags and image cultivation. Users can import blogs from Xanga, LiveJournal, Blogger, and other blogging services. Throughout the week of 7 April 2008, Facebook released a Comet-based instant messaging application called "Chat" to several profiles, which allow users to communicate with friends and function the same as the desktop-based instant messenger.

Facebook launched Gifts on February 8, 2007 that allows users to send virtual gifts to friends who appeared on the recipient's profile. Each prize worth $ 1.00 and a personal message can be attached to each gift. Dated May 14, 2007, Facebook launched Marketplace, which lets users send short ads free. Marketplace has been compared to that Craigslist by CNET, which indicates that the main difference between the two is a list that is sent in the Marketplace users can only be seen by users who are in the same network as the user, while the list posted on Craigslist can be seen by everyone .

Dated July 20, 2008, Facebook launched "Facebook Beta", the redesign of the user interface on multiple networks. Mini-Feed and Wall combined, profile split into tabs, and they are trying to make it look more "simple". After initially giving users a choice to switch, Facebook began to move all users to the new page version in September 2008. Dated December 11, 2008, it was announced that Facebook was testing the registration process easier.

Dated June 13, 2009, Facebook introduced a feature "Usernames", the pages can be linked using a URL that is simpler as compared to http://www.facebook.com/profile.php http://www.facebook.com/facebook ? id = 20,531,316,728. Many new smartphones offer access to Facebook via their web browser or application. The official Facebook application launched for the iPhone OS, Android OS, and the WebOS. Nokia and Research In Motion provides Facebook application on their mobile phone. More than 150 million active users access Facebook through mobile phones registered with 200 operators in 60 countries.

On 15 November 2010, Facebook announced a service "Facebook Messages" new. At media day, CEO Mark Zuckeberg said, "it is true that one can obtain surel@facebook.com address, but it's not email." The launch has been anticipated features while before the announcement, with some observers calling it a "Gmail killer". This system, which will be launched to all users of the site, combines text messaging, instant messaging, email, and regular messages, and will include privacy settings as Facebook service. Dubbed "Project Titan", Facebook Messages takes 15 months to deploy.

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