Facebook’s On This Day feature which is in some ways similar to the Timehop application, makes it simpler for account holders to glance back at old pics and different memories which they have posted on Facebook. This new gimmick is only accessible to users own Facebook profile timeline.
The content that will be accessible with the new gimmick incorporates past statuses, photographs, posts from friends and different things users have posted and shared on their profile wall. This can be from either last year, two years back, and so on.
Obviously this isn’t the first occasion when that Facebook has tried out this feature recently, however its appears a full rollout is currently happening. The upgrade is taking off to both mobile applications, mobile browser and web adaptations of Facebook.
Users interested in this feature can see their On This Day page, by taping click on the On This Day icon, searching for “On This Day,” or accessing facebook.com/onthisday. The update can also be downloaded.
Facebook has been testing it for quite a while, however this is its formal rollout after the organization took in client input to build up the current version of the feature.
Users should also know that presently there’s no way to totally dismiss the feature from News Feed, but Facebook has reported that an algorithm will filter out possibly undesirable memories, like posts from someone they’ve parted ways with. This will be good news to clients who recall some of the issues connected with Facebook’s Year In Review gimmick.
If it appears in your News Feed, you can erase it, but it is possible that some past event you’d rather not remember might inevitably pop up.
Beside the News Feed, if that you’d prefer keeping your own On This Day entry alerts low, you can just turn notifications off and pick to only see days displayed on your private On This Day page, where you can erase any occasions or dates you’d rather not see once more.
Clients not able to see the update today ought to simply wait a little longer it as the organization gradually rolls the feature out to its portable and desktop clients worldwide.
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