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Facebook “Memories” A Recollection of Past Events

All of your Facebook memories are now in one place with the company launching today a new place called “Memories,” where it will surface the moments including text posts, photos, videos, and other major life events shared by people from the days of Facebook’s past.

Facebook, who is in the process to make perfect its “On This Day” feature stated, “Every day more than 90 million people use On This Day to reminisce about these moments they’ve shared on Facebook.” And they’re updating this experience because this kind of reflection can have positive impact on people’s mood, as well as it also ensure all your memories are easy to find.

In addition to “On This Day,” which appears in the News Feed, the new Memories page will also include some new sections, like Friends Made on This Day, seasonal or monthly recaps, and memories that might have missed from the past week.

Because, memories are personal, you can only view the Memories page of the account you’ve signed into. Which is accessible through the Memories bookmark either from the left of News Feed, or in the “more” tab on the bottom right of mobile app.

Additionally, Memories can also be accessed through notifications, through messages that you may see in your News Feed, and by visiting facebook.com/memories.

Memories page may include any of the following several sections:

  • On This Day section will show contents including past posts and major life events from today’s date.
  • Friends Made On This Day section will feature a list of friends you made on this date in the past, including special videos or collages that celebrate your friendversaries.
  • Recaps of Memories will feature seasonal or monthly recaps of memories that have been bundled into a message or short video.
  • Memories You May Have Missed section will show posts that you might have missed from the past week.

Since, not all memories are positive, Facebook says, it’ll continue to design these features in a more thoughtful manner.

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