The Facebook Timeline update has finally began rolling out to all users across the globe, with lucky folks in New Zealand the first to get their hands on the new-look social network.
Announced at the f8 developers conference alongside the massive Spotify partnership, the Timeline turns the traditional Facebook Wall into something akin to a digital scrapbook, letting you highlight key moments from your entire life.
Facebook describe the new Timeline features as “an easy way to rediscover the things you shared, and collect your most important moments.
“It also lets you share new experiences, like the music you listen to or the miles you run.”
You can gain access to the Timeline update by visiting the Introducing Timeline section of Facebook.
As the massive update will be drawing on many status updates and photo posts from your past, Facebook are giving a 7 day window within which you can organise the information shared on your Timeline, letting you hide those embarrassing moments before the mandatory update goes live to all your pals.
Timeline will also be rolling out to mobile apps and the m.facebook.com mobile site too.
For more on the update, visit our round-up post from a little earlier this year.