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Not satisfied with your facebook lookback, you will soon be able to change it

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On Tuesday February 4, 2014, Facebook released a mini video clip of your profile to mark their 10-year anniversary. While it seems to be a hit, some people may not have taken to what the facebooks team put together for them with Facebook’s auto-selection algorithms.

Facebook took your most shared, liked, and commented on material, which includes pictures, status updates and life events- giving you a lookback over your years on facebook.

To see yours, go to Facebook/lookback caution you may get teary-eyed, laugh or cringe.

On February 6, 2014, Greg Kumparak reach out to facebook and hears what they had to say, “We will be launching an Edit feature soon that will allow people to change moments in their movies or update the ones they share. I don’t have an exact time frame yet, but this will enable people to remove a post from the movie that was pre-selected and change it to a different one.”

When looking into this further we found a facebook page under ‘popular features’ called A Look Back it answers simple questions like “what A Look Back is” “how it can be edited” and “once you share your look back who will see it”.

Let us know your thoughts. Did you like your “Look Back”?

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