MySpace is gradually introducing users to new profile pages in an effort to reduce the clutter of the old design.
Sean Percival, MySpace's vice president of online marketing, tweeted his own "clean new" profile today.
"We're testing a new look and feel of our site among users and the response so far has been positive," a MySpace representative told Mashable.
"As always, we're interested in hearing feedback from our community as we roll out enhancements to the user experience and look forward to sharing more details with you in the coming weeks."
New profile features include:
A condensed navigation menu on the upper left corner of the page under the profile picture.
A MySpace stream, that is similar to a Facebook news feed. Users can view recent updates, add comments and share with others.
The ability to follow users on other social networks like Twitter and Facebook.
So far, MySpace user's feedback about the less cluttered profile has been positive.