Editing enabled on Facebook’s ‘look-back’ videos

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To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Facebook launched “look-back” videos which allow users to see highlights from their use of the social network.

After launching the videos an “edit” feature was enabled so you can add your own personal touch.

On the main Look Back page, users can find an option to edit next to the “Share Your Movie” button. Clicking the edit button launches an editor that lets you select photos for each of the different categories.

“Editing is a bit tricky, as you’ll need to remove a photo before you can add a different one to the video,” according to a Blog Network author from CNET. “Make sure to go through and remove the photos you’d rather forget about before adding your favorite moments.”

Related: Father shares deceased son’s “look-back” video.