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VKontakte Forces Users to Switch to a New Design
18.06.2016 00:28
VKontakte Forces Users to Switch to a New Design

“VKontakte” social network began to force users to switch to a new design. The design has already been changed for 10 percent of users who were selected randomly. This was reported by the community of the social network’s news “LIVE Express” on Thursday, June 9. This information was confirmed to “” by the press secretary of “VKontakte” Evgeny Krasnikov.

      However, the users who applied for the design change themselves will have an opportunity to change the appearance of the page from the old to the new until the old interface is completely disabled. The users who were forced to set a new design will not be able to return to the previous version of the website.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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