Facebook, as a platform, is barely recognizable from the social network that launched to connect Harvard University students in February 2004.
And looking ahead, the Facebook of five years from now is highly unlikely to resemble the product that 2.2 billion people use every month right now.
That’s no bad thing. If Facebook is to thrive over the next 5, 10, 15+ years, it’ll need to evolve.
Here’s where the folks at Buffer think it’s heading…