Your Facebook page starts getting a new look Monday.
The focus of the redesign is on an expanded Wall, where a member’s friends leave comments and photos. Users will be able to add items to it more easily, and it'll incorporate reports on a user's activities previously found on a user's "Mini-Feed."
The site plans to let users start testing the change this week, though a complete switch won't occur for at least another week or two.
Information will be organized in tabs, in an effort to reduce clutter. And because privacy is such a concern, users will be able to add as well as delete information from their news feeds.
No information about a user that wasn't previously public will suddenly become posted to the Wall either.
Both Facebook and rival Myspace are reorganizing their layouts this summer to reduce clutter and make information easier to find.