Debasmita Banerjee
Debasmita Banerjee
Instrumentation
04 Feb 2017

Facebook Enters "Teenage" With Its Special Friends Day: Gives Video And GIFs To All Its Users

Facebook is not a social networking site anymore, rather an environment to build better relations. Eyeing the core of networking and friendship, Facebook has promised to celebrate its 13th birthday at Menlo Park with all of us, by compiling our profile feeds to cherish the best memories with our friends. Kicking out the distances, this was the website cum application, that changed the definition of friendship and now, with its latest update the application, wants to make it all better than ever before.

The official newsroom release reports that the celebration has already started with a social event at Menlo Park, Facebook HQ. As the report suggests, the discussion truly grasped the very notion of a global community and how it transformed with the consistent development of technology. This week, the company will share their enjoyment with a series of inspirational stories coming up straight from their discussion with some fun updates they have performed over the newsfeed system and the Messenger.


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Now, you will soon see a personalized video consisting of the shared memories, tagged photos of your friends with countless likes, love, and emoticons clubbed to form an animated figure. Also, this will be atop the newsfeed. The news release has further encouraged everyone to share the video with their friends using a facebook handle #friendsday.

Not only the root, the Messenger application has got a whole new set of friendship-based GIFs. This will be highlighted once you open the updated application and be used just like any other sticker set. Referring to today as the "Friends day" this is how Facebook wants to spread the spirit of international bonding. Have you used the features? Share your story in the comments below.

See the video to get the feeling:


Source: Facebook Newsroom

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