Handy tips for using Facebook’s new timeline

by CynthiaYockey on March 14, 2012

On March 30, 2012, Facebook will change all profiles to its new “timeline” format. I found a graphic today explaining “10 Things You Need to Know about Revamped Facebook Pages,” but it is not embedding properly so I am just going to link it. What I like best about is that it tells you the dimensions in pixels to use for your photos and graphics. If you check it out, be sure to enlarge the graphic to a readable size by clicking it.

Update, 12/3/14, Wed.: I’ve gotten exhausted caring for my 98-year-old father through a health crisis over the last couple of months and I’ve neglected everything else. He’s feeling better and is stable now. So today I checked my e-mail for the first time in a couple of weeks and found a kind note from Willy Turner thanking me for using his group’s infographic and asking me to replace it embed code he provided. He may have been using boilerplate because his e-mail asked me to link the graphic to its source, as if I had embedded it without attribution. As noted above, I couldn’t embed the graphic and only described it and linked it to Visual.ly, which I thought was its source. However, the source link Willy provided me goes to Integricity Group, which apparently owns the copyright. So I’ve changed the link above to the one he requested me to use, and here is the graphic, thanks to the embed code he sent me (clicking on it goes to Integricity’s website):

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