Here, Coca Cola uses snazzy design to make a strong visual impression on visitors.
Manchester United uses its cover photo to reflect the inherent passion, camaraderie and joy of sports.
Dating back to 1878, Manchester United can use Timeline to honor its rich history. This photo shows the club’s league championship from 1908.
Here, Manchester United leverages Timeline’s strong visual elements by starring a specific current post, making it appear twice as wide.
Coldplay’s Timeline cover photo hints at the wealth of potential the new format holds for bands and other performers.
Ben & Jerry’s cover photo further illustrates Timeline’s potential to make a strong first impression on Page visitors.
Ben & Jerry’s timeline itself showcases the new brand platform’s strong visual elements.
Here, Ben & Jerry’s uses the new format to call out an important company milestone — its introduction of several new flavors in 1999.
When you visit a Page, you see how many of your friends have liked the company, as well as friends’ relevant public posts. Here, Ben & Jerry’s serves as an example.
Restaurants can leverage the new design by showing off what they serve. Here, Starbucks flaunts its coffee beans.
Further evidence of how Pages are more social with Timeline.
Here, the Page of Manhattan’s Magnolia Bakery shows how, for local businesses only, a map appears in the row of apps below the cover photo.
ESPN’s cover photo is an intriguing shot from the set of its iconic Sportscenter show.
Here, ESPN highlights its first Sportscenter broadcast with a doublewide photo in its timeline.
Livestrong chooses to make its logo the central theme of its Page cover photo.
Livestrong starred this post that provides resources for people under emotional duress as a result of cancer. Starring it calls extra attention to the post by making it twice as wide as others.
Organizations similar to Livestrong can highlight specific milestones, such as the opening of new services. This post celebrates the debut of Livestrong’s Cancer Navigation Center.
Timeline introduces a new format for administrators of brand Pages, and one that should be simpler to use.
The admin panel features notifications, analytics, messages and, yes, a help menu to ease your transition to the new set-up.