Facebook is looking to reinvent itself as a more open platform.
The company announced that it would soon begin rolling out a new user interface that would allow users to create more personalized posts.
The announcement comes after months of rumors that Facebook was looking to close the doors of its “community” page.
“We are committed to being an inclusive community, and we will continue to work to do that,” the social network said in a statement to The Washington Post.
The move is an attempt to address the complaints that users have voiced against the page for years.
The new user-facing page will allow users “to share photos, videos, or videos that were posted by others and that they want to share,” the company said.
Facebook also plans to “implement more meaningful tools to better engage with people on the platform.”
Facebook said the new “community page” will launch in the fall and will be accessible by both members and non-members alike.
It will also be available on mobile platforms, and users will be able to post content from the page to their Facebook profiles.
Facebook said it will provide a tool to help users find other members of the same Facebook group.
“Users will be asked to fill out a short survey, where they will be encouraged to engage with one another and share photos and videos from their Facebook accounts, with their friends, or their family members,” Facebook said.