Questions will be answered in the blog above. If a question is posted on this page it will not be answered.
By signing this you agree with, but not limited to the following
1. The option to chose which profile you use i.e. 1.0, 2.0, or Beta
2. The option to chose which Myspace Home page you use
Please be sure to read the boxes on the right hand side of this page concerning what Myspace is saying about how we will ALL be forced to use this new Beta Profile. As well as things that we have found wrong with the new Beta, and the new features of Myspace.
There is also a code below that you can copy and paste into a bulletin, or even add it to your page in support for this petition, and to help get the word out about what we are doing here.
- Talk back and forth with other Myspace users that share your same frustrations.
¤ Q&A About This Page (You ask. I answer)
- Ask the person who runs this page questions.
¤ Legal Action?
- Do you feel your privacy has been violated? See and contribute with others about taking legal action.
¤ Other HTML Supported Sites
- Other sites that support HTML codes and/or CSS codes.
¤ The old Myspace Links (Helpful Links)
- Link to Edit your 1.0 profile.
¤ Answered: How do I go back to the old Myspace?
- Things you can try to go back. Not guaranteed to work.
¤ Will you delete your page when Myspace switches?
- Talk with others about deleting because Myspace forced you to change.
- Please Read Before Signing
To sign this Petition just add a comment to this page.
The hope here is to get enough people to sign this, and for this page to become widely known. Hopefully we will be able to get our freedom of choice back on here!
Make Sure To Include:
1. Your Name
2. What state you live in
3. Any notes or comments you wish to add.
Please Note: You must sign with your real life (RL) information.
In order for this to be authentic then we would need some identifying information, such as an address, and your real life name. If we can verify that the support we have through signatures/comments is authentic, we should be on solid grounds, and may be able to make the changes that we want. But only put what information that you are comfortable with putting.
If you have more then one Myspace page you can sign with ONLY ONE PAGE.
Please NO FALSE NAMES!
Thank You For Singing!
← Well click on it.
← Take the next step, and tell Myspace for yourself.
← Fill it out, and make sure to give them the link to this page.
← Link to this page: http://www.myspace.com/petition.to.return.the.ol
← Be sure to tell them about this page, and how much you want...
← THE FREEDOM TO MAKE THE CHOICE!
Click HERE to give Myspace Feedback on the NEW Myspace.
Tell them what you really think.
We hope to get at least 1,000 signatures/comments. Please tell ALL of your friends about this. We are running out of time. By the end of this year Myspace will force all of our pages to be the new Beta/3.0 profile.
Please Note: If you are unable to comment please make sure that you are a friend to this page. If you are still having issues with commenting me, and Myspace won't let you then send a message to this page telling me about the issue. Thank you.
Answered: How do I go back to the old Myspace?Many people have asked; How do I go back to the old Myspace?
Below I will explain how you can try to go back to how it was. However please know that Myspace is changing, and once the change is final the following most likely won't work. :( Read More
Helpful Links:- Is your profile still in 1.0 format, but your homepage has changed?
- Are you unable to edit your layout any longer?
- Do you want to arrange your photos and edit them how you used to?
- Not a fan of the new blog format, and want to use the old New Blog form?
Click the link below to go to a list of helpful links where you can do all of that again.
Find Links Here
Click Here to view a screen shot of the message you get when you try to delete your page with the New Myspace.
Found in blogs on Today On MyspaceOctober 27, 2010 - Wednesday
Meet the New Myspace
Today we begin the global rollout of the new Myspace, and we couldn’t be more excited.
Let’s open by saying that we wouldn’t be anywhere without you. It’s your passion, creativity and energy that drives Myspace forward and makes it an exciting place to be. That’s why we’ve designed the new site with you and your interests in mind.
We know you’re all about entertainment. Not only do you love discovering new bands, watching exclusive movie trailers and clips, keeping up with your favorite celebrities, and playing games, but you like to share these experiences with your friends and likeminded people. Of course, you want to be able to do all this online, on your phone, and at events like Secret Shows.
We call this social entertainment. Everything about the new Myspace – from the layout and design, to the color scheme, and even our logo – has been remade to deliver the best social entertainment experiences.
The new Myspace is cleaner, with a fresh design that puts content center stage. It’s also smarter, providing you with a personalized experience by recommending content based on your interests. And new tools like the Discovery Tab, My Stuff Tab, and ‘Right Now on Myspace’ show you what’s trending on the site and make it easier for you to save and share it.
These are just a few of the things you can find in the new Myspace. For info on all the new features, and a fun video, check out www.myspace.com/newmyspace.
If you don’t have the new Myspace yet, that’s ok – everyone will be upgraded to the new site by the end of November. As you explore the site, feel free to let us know what you think in the comments below. The new Myspace was built for you, so we’d love to hear your feedback.
This is the new Myspace. We’re incredibly proud of it, and we hope you enjoy it.
Comment's MUST be approved on the blog. Feel free to comment the blog yourself. Click below to view a screen shot of what we sent/commented.
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When we launched the new Myspace last month, we set out to create a fun, intuitive, and engaging social entertainment experience that connects you to the topics you love.
Since then, we’ve been listening carefully to your feedback and are happy to announce that users who haven’t upgraded can choose to keep their 1.0 profile the way it is for now. Additionally, 1.0 users will also be able to continue to edit their profile just as they always have.
Here are some additional product features that we’ve either made or are planning to make in direct response to your comments and suggestions.
We’ve increased the character limit on comments from 300 to 1,000.
We’re re-launching “comment back,” which provides an easy way to directly post to other people’s profile from your own.
We’ve introduced threaded commenting so you can reply to comments inline to keep the conversation going.
In the next few days, we’re bringing back support for animated .gifs.
On top of that, we’re enabling you to change your profile picture whenever you hover over your current pic. This will be available in the next few weeks.
We’re increasing character limit on status updates from 140 to 700. You’ll see this go live by the end of this month.
We’re constantly improving our products and we’ll make sure that we keep you updated about important changes.
Source: Click Here to read Mike Jones Blog
Click HERE to view his page.
Click Here to read SENT message to Mike Jones.
Click Here to read REPLY message from Mike Jones.
Important stuff to know:
* you can revert to your old profile as long as the new profiles are in beta, but eventually, all profiles will have to migrate to the new style
Source: Myspace FaQ - Switch back to profile 1.0 or 2.0
Important stuff to know:
* if you're using 1.0 or 2.0, you can upgrade to the latest profile (don't worry, it's fast and free, plus we'll save your old profile settings through the new profile beta period)
* please note: if you signed up for MySpace after July 15th, 2010, you are automatically using the latest profile, which offers advanced design and privacy functions. You cannot switch to profile 1.0. or 2.0.
Source: How do you figure out what profile you're using and upgrade to the latest profile?
If you recently signed up for MySpace (since July 19, 2010), you are automatically using the new MySpace profile. This is the default setting for new users, offers the most advanced design and privacy functions, and you cannot switch to Profile 1.0 or 2.0.
Profile 2.0 is no longer an available upgrade option as of July 19, 2010, though you will find all of the advanced privacy options from Profile 2.0, as well as a great new set of customization tools, in the new profile.
If you have upgraded to the new profile from Profile 1.0 or 2.0, you will be able to revert to your old profile until the end of the profile beta period. After the beta period is over later this year, all users will be migrated to the new profile, and Profile 1.0 and 2.0 will no longer be available.
Source: Why can't you use Profile 1.0 or 2.0?