To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Facebook has launched a new “A Look Back” video compilation of your photos since you ave joined the social network.
Starting today, Facebook begins to send the notifications to its millions of users about users’ own photo compilations since their joining. Every video will contain around 15 of their own most “liked” status updates, photos and life events and act as a smal documentary for each of us.
That means, starting today, millions of HD videos will be played all over Facebook worldwide and the special team is ready to ensure the necessary resources to render the videos at a time.
However, the Facebook has already issued each users’ Year In Review Compilation but that is in the form of news feed with your popular status updates, events and photos. Users can view their Facebook Year In Review from here. However, the new move was already issued by Google Plus as “Auto Awesome” in October last year, where it shows auto edited video compiled of users’ photos.
Facebook’s A Look Back project’s lead engineer, Nick Kwiatek said,
“One of the things that motivated us was that there’s really only a handful of companies that could take on something like this — that could render videos for as many people as we can.”
Moreover, Mark Zuckerberg still a Producer of Facebook as every compilation has Zuck’s signature and written as “Mark and the Facebook team.” In his 10th anniversary post in Facebook page, Mark Zuckerberg posted a long status update, in which he said,
“I’m even more excited about the next ten years than the last. The first ten years were about bootstrapping this network. Now we have the resources to help people across the world solve even bigger and more important problems. Today, social networks are mostly about sharing moments. In the next decade, they’ll also help you answer questions and solve complex problems.”
This is the second time Mr. Zuckerberg is mentioning the “Solving Questions” via Facebook. Last time he mentioned the same in an interview at Stanford University.
If you want to see your “A Look Back” video, then head over to this link. Make sure you have logged in to the social network. Watch the example video released by Facebook below.