Today, the social media giant Facebook has created the ‘Day of Friendship’, which celebrates the stories of friends who have shared their stories in networks. Hence, Facebook enabled the option to share videos showing the content published in previous years.
Facebook’s ‘Friends Day’ Will Ruin Your News Feed With Cheesy Videos
The social network of around 2,000 million users said it would launch personalized videos in the top of the News Feed as part of the celebration of friends (Friends Day), an important date for Facebook because it is the anniversary date, And this year the social network reaches 13 years of life.
As we told earlier that for this reason, the social media giant Facebook had created the ‘Day of Friendship’, which celebrates the stories of friends who have shared their stories in networks.
Today, the social media giant Facebook enabled the option to share videos in which they show the content published in previous years in which each user’s friends are involved.
According to what he mentioned in 2015, Zuckerberg’s intention is that “all” share their stories of friendship. In this way, it turned February 4 into “Friend’s Day” and encouraged users to use the #FriendsDay tag to give it more force.
Here is what the founder and CEO of the social media giant Facebook said “When I wrote the first code for Facebook in January 2004, I thought it would help the students in my university to interconnect. Today more than 1.5 million people around the world use Facebook to stay connected with their friends and loved ones.
Today is a day to celebrate with friends. It’s also Facebook’s birthday, but today isn’t about celebrating us. It’s about friendship.
This sounds simple, but not often enough are we taught to celebrate with friends. Growing up, we learn that homework and chores are more important and need to be done before we can spend time with friends. As adults, we’re told we are responsible when we put our work ahead of our family and friends”. Click here to read the full statement.
But hold on, before proceeding, just have a look that how people are reacting on Twitter:-
"Happy Friends Day, Philip! Here is a montage of photos of you with people you don't speak to any more. Enjoy!" – Facebook.
— Philip J. Ellis (@Philip_Ellis) February 2, 2017
Sees only Friends Day videos!
*closes the app* pic.twitter.com/fVrLorVauz
— Shruti Sud (@shrutsays) February 2, 2017
However, to access Facebook celebrations, simply enter the label #FriendsDay. There you can see other videos published, and you can see and edit the video of your personal friendship as well.