Facebook celebrates 13th birthday with Friend's Day video
Users can edit the video and select photos and friends you want to feature- sparing you from the nightmare of sharing things which you don't want to
Social networking giant Facebook has turned 13 years old on Sunday and the administrators have decided to celebrate it by creating "Friends Day" videos for all of its 1.86 billion users. The news feeds of users inundated recently with videos with a dancing figure made up of tiny pictures of your friends. The video will be a compilation of your FB friends and the memories you have shared with them and it will be posted on the user's timeline available for others to 'Like', 'Comment' and 'Share' - just like any other Facebook post.
You could have found the Friends Day video on top of your news feed if you had logged in yesterday, or you could have clicked on "Watch Yours" to watch your friend's video.
Users can edit the video and select photos and friends you want to feature- sparing you from the nightmare of sharing things which you don't want to.
The Social media giant founder Mark Zuckerberg first announced the idea on February 4, 2015- the eleventh anniversary of Facebook's inception.
Facebook created personalised videos for all its users on February 4, 2016, exactly a year later by stitching together photos they had shared on FB.
Zuckerberg also posted on his Facebook page asking users to reach out people no matter where they are and to show how much they mean to you.
Facebook's celebration of Friend's Day extended to the Messenger App also which started featuring Friendship themed GIFs also.