Over the past few weeks, Facebook has been faced with lots crisis due to its blunders and data scandal. The list of scandals is very long, but to cut it short, it all started with Cambridge Analytica Scandal, and recently a report by the company which explains deals made with Apple, Samsung & other Tech giants to get access of Personal Data. It was also attacked by a bug that Made Private Posts of 14 million Users Public.
Now as a reminder of the good old days after plenty of scandals which shocked users, Facebook wants to make its users happy with Facebook Memories Page. Facebook announced a new page named “Memories” where it will show old content from the days of Facebook past. This feature is similar to “On This Day” feature which we usually see in the news feed.
To access the new page, click on the ‘On this day’ tab on the left-hand side of Facebook’s desktop site or on the bottom right of the mobile app. ‘On this Day’ will show ‘content you know and love,’ like past posts and major life events from a certain date.
The new feature also includes ‘Friends Made on this Day’ which includes a list of friends users made on a certain day, along with video collages that ‘celebrate your friendiversary’, a seasonal or monthly recaps, and memories you might have missed from the past week. It’s a simple feature that will give people happy feeling that they will want to share.
Since “On This Day” feature was launched, Facebook is trying to make it better day by day. Facebook tries to show positive memories that are not painful for users. Users can dismiss stories in their News Feed or block out specific people, dates, or date ranges in their preferences. It additionally mechanically detects doubtlessly adverse memories primarily based on good friend reactions and key phrases; the submit then will cease exhibiting up in Information Feeds. Clearly, Facebook needs to maintain issues cheery, at the least when it comes to reminiscing, and it’s prepared to take Memories out of the feed in order to not set off anybody who wasn’t anticipating a darkish submit.
Memories rolls out for Facebook’s desktop site and app starting today, the company said.