Facebook unveils Facebook 2017 Year In Review video. Check yours now

Facebook has officially unveiled Facebook 2017 Year In Review video. Hey it is time of the year where Facebook recounts top talked about events on Facebook. For individual users Facebook uses the most popular events in wall to create an animation video for you. Facebook 2017 Year In Review video will attract interesting happening on your Facebook wall. The Facebook 2017 Year In Review video is here. and you can easily access yours Here or by visiting facebook.com/yearinreview

Facebook Year In Review video started rolling out as of Wednesday 6th of December. You will see the personalized video in your News Feed. This video contains the information you share on Facebook for year in review. it includes moments from this past year that you’ve shared or been tagged in, and compiles them in a short video that can be edited and shared. You can learn how to edit Facebook 2017 Year In Review video here

Facebook 2017 Year In Review video

On Facebook generally, The Facebook Year In Review video includes the most talked about events for the past year. According to Facebook newsroom, Facebook has highlighted the most discussed events for the year in review. and has listed the following events as the most talked about in year 2017.

  1. International Women’s Day.
  2. Super Bowl 51
  3. Las Vegas Violence
  4. Earthquake in Mexico
  5. Hurricane Harvey
  6. One Love Manchester

International Women’s Day is the most talked event in 2017. According to Facebook, People around the world talking, sharing and posting in celebration of women and related issues. Are you ready to get your Facebook 2017 Year In Review video- Read on.

How to share Facebook 2017 Year In Review video

To share your Year in Review:

  1. Go to facebook.com/yearinreview2017
  2. Click Share Video
  3. Select the audience for the post
  4. Click Post

How to edit Facebook 2017 Year In Review video

To edit your Year in Review before you share it:

  1. Go to facebook.com/yearinreview2017
  2. Click Edit Video and then choose the photos you want to appear in your video
  3. Click Share
  4. Select the audience for the post
  5. Click Post
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Omotimehin Nelson is the chief editor of mystatenews.com as well the chairman of Nestec group that powered the news media mystatenews.com. He studied computer science in Yaba college of Technology. He is a passionate blogger and SEO expert