How do I change the layout of my Facebook page?

Simply install Old Layout for your browser, then visit Facebook, and you’ll see the familiar interface. If you have Facebook open when you install it, you’ll need to reload the page for the change to take effect.

What’s wrong with the old Facebook layout?

The old layout, by contrast, uses smaller text and icons. The options menu at the top-right is a little different, and the search bar is slightly more prominent. Technically, there’s nothing wrong with either one—your attachment to the old layout is probably from muscle memory of knowing where everything is. Especially if you use Facebook a lot.

What’s the best way to switch back to Facebook’s classic layout?

Old Layout is an easy option for switching back to Facebook’s classic layout. It’s good enough for now, and should hold you over until Facebook changes this to force everyone to use the new look no matter what. Facebook has lots of problems and frustrations.

Should Facebook be on the left or right side?

Having most of the navigation and options on the left is commonly seen in web design; Twitter and Gmail both have a similar look. Facebook, however, has a vast amount of options, features, buttons, and shortcuts, and placing all of them on the left might not be the ideal solution.

What is the difference between the old and new Facebook layouts?

Compared to the old one, it makes groups, videos, and Facebook Marketplace more prominent on the top bar. It also has native support for dark mode and uses more of the screen’s width. The old layout, by contrast, uses smaller text and icons.

Is there an old layout extension for Safari?

The Old Layout extension is available for Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and the new Microsoft Edge. While there’s no extension for Safari, you can use a workaround detailed on the site to get the same effect. Download: Old Layout for Chrome | Edge | Firefox | Opera (Free) How Are the Facebook Layouts Different?