Facebook's 'Memories' Page Lets You Recall the Good Times
Facebook today began rolling out a new way for people to view older posts. Memories is a single place on Facebook where people can find old status updates, photos, budding friendships, and life events. The tool makes use of Facebook's On This Day tool and others so people can revisit specific moments. It includes a section reserved for a list of friends made on any given date in the past, including photo/video collages. The tool will offer recaps of memories grouped by month or season, as well has display items that may have been missed in recent weeks. Facebook says it has done its best to ensure that the memories resurfaced are positive ones. Facebook users can see memories in their News Feed, and by visiting facebook.com/memories.
Snapchat Intros 'Memories' to Save Snaps and Stories
Snapchat today said it is adding a new tool to help users save their favorite snaps and stories. Memories are stored below the camera app; users need only swipe up to see them.
Facebook Lets You Challenge Your Friends to Lip Sync Battles
Facebook today introduced several new music features meant to enrich users' experience on the social network. First, people will be given more latitude to share videos on Facebook that include music.
Facebook Wants People to Share More Videos
Facebook is prepared to ease the process of creating compelling video posts with your pictures. The company today said it plans to relocate the Slideshow feature built into its Moments app and drop it into the main Facebook app for iOS.
Facebook Trots Out Virtual Reality App for Samsung Gear VR
Facebook today announced Facebook 360 for Gear VR, a dedicated app to help Samsung device owners find and consume 360-degree Facebook content. The app is available to compatible Galaxy devices, such as the Note 5, S7, and S7 edge.
Facebook Facial Recognition Tool Lets You Find Yourself In Untagged Photos
Facebook today rolled out a new feature meant to help people control when and where their image is posted to Facebook. Using the same facial recognition functions meant for tagging, Facebook will now notify people when they appear in a photo on Facebook even if they haven't been tagged.
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