It hasn't happened yet, but it will soon. Anticipate even more gripes about new changes from users who have absolutely no obligation to use the free social networking site.

At the Facebook f8 conference, Mark Zuckerberg introduced what's being called the biggest change to the site since 2008: "Timeline."

Facebook, as it is right now, only shows a certain amount of activity on your wall. You have to click on "older posts" if you want to see more.

According to Facebook product manager Samuel W. Lessin, "Timeline" is like a home for the things you've already shared.


"They don't just vanish as you add new stuff," Lessin said in a blog post.

Now you will feel less like a stalker than you do now while waiting for the "older posts" to load over and over again as you dig deeper into the past of the new person you're dating.

Lessin goes on to say, "Timeline is wider than your old profile, and it's a lot more visual. The first thing you'll notice is the giant photo right at the top. This is your cover, and it's completely up to you which of your photos you put here."

Also, when you click on stories in the timeline, they will double in size for your viewing pleasure. You can even categorize your favorites or things you want to hide.

UPDATE: Perhaps, though, the most interesting feature of "Timeline" is the ability to determine who exactly has defriended you over the years. You can actually see which friends you made during particular years in your "Timeline." If those people pop up with an "add friend" option next to their names, it means one of two things: you defriended them at some point, or they did it to you. We can't predict how many cyber cat fights this is going to cause, but we'd venture guess this new feature will spur some drama. Take a look at the photos below from BuzzFeed to get a better idea of how it works.

Check out the video below and let us know what you think of "Timeline."

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