If you're the type of person who likes to jot down things on a calendar then good news, because Facebook will be adding that as a feature to their social network.
Created during one of Facebook’s company hackathons, the new feature gives you the option to see upcoming events on a calendar rather than in Facebook’s traditional list format.
This feature will make it easier to mark down and spot see upcoming
birthdays, events, and suggested events. It will even suggest events based on a number of factors such as your friends, pages you like,
places where you’ve checked in and the apps you use on Facebook. You can even respond to these event invites directly from the calendar view page without
having to ever visit a separate event page.
Facebook intends to gradually roll out the new calendar view feature to all Facebook users. To check it out, head to your Events page on Facebook and then click on the “Calendar” tab that should appear on the top left side of the screen.
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