Late last year, Facebook attributed supposedly new features leaked to the social network to a developer who accidentally published pre-release code. This time around, it appears the features are ready to begin rolling out.
Only yesterday, the instant personalisation feature was activated. While some accounts still do not have the option available to fully opt-out, many have begun to disable the feature which shares your 'everyone' available data to third-party partner sites.
Facebook suffered its worst downtime in years after the code was accidentally published. Facebook apologised in a tweet, and said that the only mitigation it had was to pull the entire site down for over half an hour, leaving 500 million people without their social network.
Though some features have been out for some time, such as the 'relationship viewer', allowing you to see the Facebook contact between yourself and friends, some are not yet visible. One feature which was seen briefly, 'Places' and 'Memories' is yet to be seen.
- Read more: Facebook adds 'Memories': Internal prototype exposed by mistake
- Related: Gallery: the exposed features mistakenly published by Facebook
However the 'photo theatre viewer', which displays the top row of photos on your profile and other thumbnails on the news feed, is available. Facebook is currently asking for feedback on the new feature.
(Yes, this is a ladybug on my hand. I thought it was awesome at the time).