Windows Live Spaces gets a facelift
Posted by Dresonic on April 21, 2007
Windows Live Spaces launched some new features yesterday turning the site into more of a social networking site than the pure blogging/homepage site it once was.
The newness starts with a new homepage design that keeps you up-to-date with changes in your friends pages. In addition to the basic homepage changes users can now send personal messages back and forth as well as add a guest book to their page that allows other users to leave photos and videos as comments.
For those who want to add a little more flair to their Live Space the site has added more customizable options for pages allowing you to incorporate personal photos into your page design or choose from built-in templates. Photo albums also received a slight upgrade; allowing you to view all of your photo albums on the same page.
Microsoft is getting serious about Web 2.0, and only 2 full years behind the rest of the world. Way to go Redmond!
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