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So Facebook updated their login page. I couldn't help but wonder the reason behind having a Sign Up button in the header when there already is a Sign Up form in the body section.

What aspect of UX does it improve?

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    I think Facebook is A\B testing its login page to see if it can drive greater conversions. – Mervin Sep 29 '16 at 19:33
  • If you want the real answer you might try Quora to get somebody on the Facebook design team. Other answers would fall under speculation. – saltdotac Sep 29 '16 at 19:36
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Are you still seeing that? I see no such "Sign Up" button at the top, only a "Log In" button.

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which makes me think it may have been a temporary glitch or oversight.

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    Facebook is known to roll out features/improvements in an iterative manner. E.g. They start with 1% of their user base. Nothing crashes? Up to 2%. Etc – Thijs Riezebeek Aug 3 '16 at 7:59

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