Facebook celebrates milestone birthday with new 'Look Back' feature
Wednesday, 5 February 2014
Facebook turned 10-years-old today and as a thank you to its massive userbase of 1.23 billion, as unveiled a "Look Back" feature allowing you to search back into your digital history.
You can view a personalized movie or view a collection of your top photos, as well as a "thank you" card from the company. If you get access to the movie, you will be edit the posts that are featured.
"It's been an incredible journey so far, and I'm so grateful to be a part of it. It's been amazing to see how people have used Facebook to build a real community and help each other in so many ways," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg noted. "In the next decade, we have the opportunity and responsibility to connect everyone and to keep serving the community as best we can."
Facebook continues to press forward with its mobile products and recently unveiled "Paper" for iOS which breaks down the News Feed and other news articles into a format that works better on the small screen.
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Source: Newsy - on February 6, 2014|
Facebook will send John Berlin his dead son’s ‘Look Back’ video and says it's looking at how it can help families with lost loved ones.
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