We are all aware how Facebook has been experimenting with many new features to simplify social networking for users and make it more appealing than it was. The latest is a re-designed version of its photos section. In this revamped version, users will be able to access photos above their Timeline. Now the users will get a mosaic view of pictures in different sizes instead of the earlier version where users could view photos segregated into Albums.
Facebook Product Manager Emily Grewal announced on the company’s website, “We are announcing improvements to the photos section that make viewing photos more enjoyable”. She added,”Now when you click photos at the top of your timeline, you’ll see larger pictures that fill up the page. You can use the menu to find shots you are tagged in, pictures you have shared and albums you have created…With your Facebook photos all in one section, it’s simple to show friends your favorites. Click the star button to make important photos stand out”.
A new menu on top allows users to see photos they’re tagged in, albums created and photos shared by them. They can choose to share ‘Favorites’ with friends by clicking star button that says ‘Highlight’ and appear on hovering over a photo.
Facebook announced that this new feature will be rolled out gradually across the globe.