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Facebook Tests Smaller Font In News Feed, Users Retaliate On Twitter

November 2nd, 2010 11:30 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

We noticed a small change tonight on Facebook’s news feed: the font seems to have become smaller. It’s unclear how much the size was adjusted but it looks like the change is significant enough that it drew user attention as soon as the font was tweaked.

Unsurprisingly, many members took to Twitter to vent about the smaller font, complaining that the new size is difficult to read. It’s a small adjustment but the majority of Tweets about the change seem to be negative so Facebook may not be keeping the new, smaller font for long.

What do you think about the new font size? Love it or hate it?

Source: Facebook Tests Smaller Font In News Feed, Users Retaliate On Twitter

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