Recently Facebook rolled out some small, but significant changes to its Events pages. It appears that the company is continuing to tinker with the feature, in this case by adding Suggested Events under the Events tab on the homepage.

Facebook Events are special Pages for upcoming real-world events, that allow people to coordinate, get information, and RSVP easily using their Facebook profiles.

Suggested Events combines data from users’ previous check-ins with events that friends are attending and events hosted by Pages the users have Liked. To access the new feature, click on the Events bookmark on the homepage and then click the Suggested Events sub-tab.

A Facebook spokesperson confirmed that although the company is still testing the feature, it has been rolled out to all users. The company also noted that the suggestions can be based on the music users listen to through Open Graph apps, such as Spotify.

It’s still too early to know how users will react to this updated feature, but it could aid brands in marketing networking mixers or other types of events – assuming users are checking in, adding locations, or attending other events. Otherwise, users won’t receive as many relevant suggestions as they would by using a third-party app where users can enter preferences.

[Via: AllFacebook, Image credit: AngryJulieMonday]