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February 04, 2014

See your biggest moments on Facebook with Look Back

In case you didn’t notice, today is Facebook’s 10th birthday and in celebration Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook team made a special feature called “Look Back” which plays a video of some of your best moments on the social networking site.

facebook look back

The Look Back video will show some of the highlights in your X years on Facebook like your first moments, most liked posts, and photos you’ve shared in the past years. The video is just a minute long but should be enough to make you sentimental about the good old days.

Anyway, if you want to give it a try just head out to www.facebook.com/lookback via the link provided.


9 Responses to “See your biggest moments on Facebook with Look Back”

  1. awesome! says:

    FB is really awesome!

  2. eric jay says:

    great!

  3. Chobie
    Twitter: anjomiranda
    says:

    Meh. Data generated weren’t that accurate. Mine weren’t actually the most liked photos as opposed to what Facebook thought.

    Google Plus did the same thing for the New Year. I like it better.

  4. Irene Enriquez
    Twitter: irene_enriquez
    says:

    I love the Look Back video! :) I’m glad that Facebook took the time and effort to make this. I wonder if Facebook would reach another ten years? It’s interesting to think what the future holds!

  5. Benchmark says:

    Hehehe i seldom share or post photos in my fb for privacy or security sake…but i tried this video, it is just funny that my most liked photos in my fb is “fishballs with sauce ni manong fishball!” Hahahaha and another is the phto of my sister and his hubby! Hahahaha dinaig pa yung mga photos ko! Hahaahaha

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This article was written by Louie Diangson, Senior Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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