BIGGER, better and with a dark mode.
That's Facebook's promise to its 2.89 billion users as it moves away from its 'classic' interface this September.
Since late last year the social media giant has given users an option to choose between its 'classic' interface and the new 'modern' one.
The redesigned look promises users that they'll be able to find things easier thanks to the "cleaner look and bigger text".
Loading times will be faster and a dark mode can be turned on to "give your eyes a break".
Love it or loathe it, users will have no choice come September.
"We've made improvements to the new Facebook.com and we're excited for everyone to experience the new look," a Facebook alert tells users as they open the site.
"Before we make the classic Facebook unavailable in September, we hope that you'll let us know how we can continue to make Facebook better for everyone."