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Facebook is now officially called “Meta.” The social media giant announced the name change on June 18, saying it reflects its goal of becoming a more global platform. In a blog post, Facebook said the new name “reflects our mission to build community and make it easier for people to come together around important topics.” The company also announced several other updates, including a redesigned News Feed and new tools for group members. Are you excited about Meta? Let us know in the comments!

Facebook said it has changed its Facebook to Meta in an attempt to further engage users with the Facebook brand, while at the same time staying up-to-date with popular trends. Facebook also unveiled a new logo featuring a lowercase “m.”

“Facebook is tired of being stagnant,” Zuckerberg said in the announcement. “It’s time for Facebook to adapt,” Facebook says Facebook is now Meta, not Facebook.

The Facebook brand has been around for over a decade, and the company feels that it’s time for a change in order to stay relevant. Some industry experts believe that this shift to Meta is a smart move by Facebook.

The Facebook logo itself is undergoing a massive change, Zuckerberg explained. The Facebook logo will now appear as a lowercase “f” with a capital “M” above it. Zuckerberg says this change represents Facebook’s shift to Meta.

While Facebook is rebranding as Meta, the company remains adamant that it is still committed to its mission of connecting the world. “Meta doesn’t mean we’re done with Facebook,” Zuckerberg said. “We’re just expanding our focus.” Facebook still stands behind Facebook. Facebook is still Facebook, but Facebook is also now Meta.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook users’ concerns about Facebook’s reputation and drove the company to change its name from Facebook to Meta. In a Facebook post, he shared his plans for Facebook’s near future, which include a Facebook overhaul with a focus on privacy and Facebook users’ concerns about Facebook’s reputation.

“We understand Facebook may have lost some of your trust and want to earn it back,” Zuckerberg wrote in the Facebook post. “As part of that, we’re going to start by making Facebook easier to use.” One way Facebook plans to make Facebook easier to use is by rebranding the app as Meta.

Meta, which means “beyond” in Greek, will be a platform where users can share anything they want without the fear of their posts being seen by people they don’t want to see them. Zuckerberg said the new Facebook will be about “giving people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.” Facebook plans to make Facebook easier to use by rebranding Facebook as Meta.

Meta will have a new Facebook logo, which Facebook announced in a Facebook blog post. It will be an updated version of Facebook’s signature “F” that doesn’t include any color or numbers, which Facebook said will help Facebook users feel comfortable sharing anything they want on Facebook. Facebook plans to make Facebook easier to use by rebranding Facebook as Meta.

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