Facebook Look Back Will Be Editable Soon

Posted: Feb 7 2014, 1:47am CST | by , in Technology News


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Facebook Look Back will be Editable Soon
Facebook Look Back

For those who are dissatisfied with their Facebook Look Back videos, there is hope! The clips will be editable soon.

Many people have been busy with their Look Back videos which celebrate ten years of Facebook. But a slight hitch has come up. Many of them are not happy with the results. They want to change the Look Back videos.

It may have to do with that embarrassing moment in your youth that you want to remain a secret. Your past pictures with your ex-girlfriend too may be a hindrance in your current relationship with your wife. We say phooey on anxiety!

Facebook is cognizant of its customers’ needs and so it is working on a way to delete or edit Look Back video clips. The Look Back videos were actually supposed to feature an Edit Button as an intrinsic element. But this remained unaccomplished and was put off at the last moment.

Now however the huge social network is ready to roll out its Edit Button option. This has been confirmed by one of the team members at Facebook. Thus people could remove any former content or manipulate it at will if they want to. All they will have to do is follow the instructions given on the Facebook Look Back page.

A Facebook rep told TechCrunch, “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.”

The procedure is fairly simple and straightforward. Thus anything that the user is bothered about can be visually censored via this tool of the trade. Mark Zuckerberg’s genius is evident once again in the way he caters to the clientele’s every requirement so suavely.

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