A day ago at F8 developers conference, Facebook introduced a lot of new features including movies, music and your own Facebook timeline, Facebook timeline is users timeline beginning with the day he or she joined facebook. It is dedicated page about you covering your pictures, your movies, music you have played, places you have visited, books you have read and above all most of them in the form of pictures. Using the new open graph api, facebook decided which stories to be highlighted on the timeline, but users can always edit which stories should be displayed in the timeline. According to Facebook this feature is going to be released for it’s users in couple of months. But incase you are curious about it, you can try it out by following the steps below.
Keep in mind new timeline pages created right now will only be visible to other developers and all other non-developers will remain seeing your old profile page.
Step 1: Login to your Facebook Account
Step 2: Enable the developers mode by following link below mentioned below - developers.facebook.com (If you are not an existing developer you may be asked the password and also require to verify your facebook profile by providing your mobile number or your credit card)
Step 3: Once the above steps are completed, allow the developer app required permissions.
Step 4: Now Click on “+Create New App” on the top right hand corner of the page opened.
Step 5: Enter any display name of the app and App Namespace (namespace has to be in lowercase letters)
Step 6: Now click on Open graph link as shown in the left hand menu bar (shown in image below)
Step 7: Once you are on the configration page, just type in any keywords like “watch” a “movie” and the click save.
Step 8: Save everything and get back to your home page/news feed page.
Step 9: After waiting for around 2 minutes you should see an Facebook timeline invitation on your page. Just accept the invite and start setting up your facebook timeline.
Step 10: All set to share your new timeline page with your friends but remember, users who are signed up as developers can only see your new timeline for a limited time.