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“Facebook’s Riff lets friends add clips to your shared videos”
Facebook has launched a new video sharing app called Riff. Designed by Facebook’s Creative Labs team, the collaborative video app lets you a create a short video that your friends can add clips to. Riff is the social networking giant’s take on services like Vine, Instagram Video, Snapchat and others.
To use the app, you’ll need to login with your Facebook account. You then need to create a video clip (up to 20 seconds in length) and assign tags to it. Once your video is live, your Facebook friends who use the app will receive a notification, after which they can add their own video clips to it. Currently, there’s no limit to the number of videos that can be added to a Riff. Apart from viewing videos in the app, you can also choose to share them on Facebook. Additionally, you can watch featured videos by the Riff team.
Facebook has launched a new feature that lets parents organize photos of their kids. Dubbed as Scarpbook, the feature lets parents collect photos of their kids as they grow in different stages.
“We’re starting to pilot an optional way for you to organize photos of your child, using a special tag you choose to create. If you choose to tag your child in a photo it will be added to a customizable scrapbook. And, photos you choose to tag can be shared with your friends and your partner’s friends.”
posted Facebook in a blog
Scrapbook, will allow parents to organise photos of kids under 13 in one central location. It uses a special tag that you create that can be anything from the child’s name, the child’s initials or something creative. If you tag your child in a photo, it will be added to a customizable scrapbook. After the Scrapbook is created, you and your partner will be shown photos tagged of both of you. If your child is also in the photo, then you can add it to the Scrapbook. Parents will be able to tag photos of their child in friends’ photos and receive a notification if the privacy setting of those photos changes.
To create a scrapbook, people will be able to go to the About section of their profiles, and then the Family And Relationships tab. There they will see options to start a scrapbook from scratch or make one for an existing child. Scrapbook is launching first in the US on the web, iOS, and Android.
Facebook has launched a new feature that will take you down to your memory lane. The social network has rolled out “On this day”, that resurfaces old photos and posts.
“On This Day shows content from this date in the past. For example, you might see past status updates, photos, posts from friends and other things you’ve shared or been tagged in – from one year ago, two years ago, and so on. Only you will see this content unless you decide to share it with your friends.”
posted Jonathan Gheller, Product Manager, Facebook on a blog.
In order to see your On This Day page, you will have to click on the On This Day bookmark, search for ‘On This Day,’ or visit facebook.com/onthisday. You might also see a story in your News Feed. Users can also enable notifications for any activity from a past date on a daily basis.
The “On this day” feature will roll out to user globally on web as well as mobile. your On This Day page but these can be further shared.