For its 10th anniversary, Facebook came out with a new feature called “A Look Back.” It’s a 62 sec slideshow of a smattering of photos from your life on Facebook. However, if you don’t like your Facebook “Look Back”, no worries; very soon you’ll be able to edit it as Facebook, now is working on an edit tool.
Look Back is a brilliant feature. In the form of a video, it presents you the highlights of your presence on Facebook since the day you joined the social network. You are shown photos from your earliest days on the social network, your most popular posts, your recent display pictures and all of that embellished with a fairly nostalgia-invoking background music.
But many people have shared that they didn’t like their Look Back. If there were editing option, that would have been great. Interestingly, lately it’s been reported that Facebook wanted to add an built-in edit tool in Look Back. But perhaps, it just wasn’t ready to go in time for Facebook’s anniversary. The tool would allow you to pick alternative photos/clips if you didn’t like the photos/clip that Facebook picked for you.
One of the Facebook spokespersons said, “We will be launching an Edit feature soon that will allow people to change moments in their movies or update the ones they shared. I don’t have exact timing at the moment, but this will enable people to remove a post from the movie that was pre-selected and change it to a different one.”
If you still haven’t figured out your Facebook lookback video, type in facebook.com/lookback.
Source: Tech Crunch