MySpace has launched Profile 2.0, which is part of its site redesign. The feature is optional and lets users customize their profiles for different friend categories. The social network is taking a cautious approach to its rollout, perhaps to avoid the redesign mistake of others. Facebook caused a stir earlier this year when it switched to a new design. MySpace, on the other hand, claims it won't ever force users to make the switch. On his blog, the MySpace's president, Tom Anderson says, "No, we are not forcing people to switch to this profile, and don't intend to. I know some people are happy with MySpace just the way it is."