Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB)’s new Look Back video brings our old memories back. This one minute video is automatically created by Facebook from your old photos and posts and it makes sense to watch how years have passed by when using the social network. These days, everyone seems to be sharing their Look Back video.
Up until now, Facebook didn’t allow users to edit their Look Back video, but not anymore. You can now edit your Look Back video and doing that is just a click away.
Editing the video makes sense as you wouldn’t want your ex or your ex office boss to be in the video. You would like to remove such memories and add new ones that matter. That’s what this editing option of Look Back is all about.
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Editing your Look Back video on Facebook
To edit your Look Back video, visit Facebook.com/lookback. This is the same link that you normally visit for viewing your Look Back video. On the same page, click on the Edit button at the top-right side of the screen. Here’s a direct link to that page for your convenience.
You’ll now be able to pick the photos that are included in the video. Before selecting new photos, you’ll need to uncheck the existing selected photo and then select a new one. Follow the same step for all four categories.
So go ahead and edit your Look Back video before someone views those awkward moments.