Introducing: Food Network’s Facebook Timeline

by in Community, March 29th, 2012

food network facebook timeline
The Food Network social media team has a big announcement to share!

We’re always looking for ways to make our social media communities better for our fans. And for that reason, we’re very excited to announce that our Facebook brand page will be changing over to the Timeline format today.

We know that Timeline is new and can be a little intimidating at first, which is why we want to show you all the reasons we’re excited for it.

The biggest benefit of the new layout is how much easier it will be for our fans to find content and explore the rich history of Food Network. The dates you’ll find at the top right of the page are clickable so you can dig deeper into the milestones that built Food Network.

clickable milestones

The seasonal content that used to live on the left-hand side of the profile as tabs is also easier to find. You’ll be able to find the games and special content areas right under our new cover image:

facebook apps bar

The new layout shows you which of your friends have also liked the page:

friend activity

And now fans have their own focused area where they can chat with one another about shows, chefs and recipes:

more people chatting

We’re very excited about these changes — and the ways in which these features will help us connect our community and our content in new and innovative ways. We also want to encourage our fans not to be shy. Tell us in the comments below what you want to see from us on the new Facebook Timeline.

And, most importantly, we want to thank you. We might be a little biased, but we truly believe that Food Network has the best fans on the Internet. We’re thrilled to keep writing culinary history alongside you.

- Kate & Mallory, The Food Network Social Media Team

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Comments (11)

  1. Eric Poling says:

    Honestly, no matter how hard Facebook tries to sell everybody on how cool "Timeline" is, it isn't. It is cluttered and harder to navigate than original Facebook. Won't be looking at your page over there anymore.

    • Peggy says:

      I agree it is so much mor ecomplicated.just seems scrambled!!!! Bottom line
      TIMELINE SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Alice Has says:

    Everyone needs to chill out…remember in 2005 when Facebook was only for college students and it didn't have anything like this? Maybe they should have kept it that way because now everyone who is on Facebook is all "entitled". Whine whine whines when it changes…then get rid of it. Thank you Food Network for adapting your social media to figure out the best and easiest way to get your content!

  3. stacy says:

    where is MY RECIPE BOX on the new FN timeline ?????? :(

  4. Lesa says:

    The timeline feature is a little clunky and takes a while to grow on us. As with any change, it takes getting used to and used to it we shall.

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    Guy,

    You MUST try Mooses pizza in Kalispell Montana. I am from Pittsburgh and it is the BEST of the BEST pizza I have ever tasted. My daughter lives in Montana and I enjoy visiting her but (sorry Lori) Mooses pizza is foremost on my mind when in Montana. Please, try it.

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