iPhoneForums.Net News Team
- Jun 18, 2010
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Facebook has started rolling out a new feature for its mobile apps and web version. The new feature is called “On This Day,” and is designed to spark nostalgia in users by showcasing content that has been posted on Facebook in the past, similar to Timehop.
According to AppleInsider, On This Day works by reviving photos, status updates and other similar content that you posted on the same day a year ago or more.
The feed is set to Private by default, but you can decide that you want to share individual posts with your friends or family.
You can also set notifications for posts in the feed, and you also have the choice to edit or delete content that you don’t want.
Facebook is currently rolling out On This Day in various countries, so some users around the world might not have it yet, but to find out if you do, simply use search, or click on a new bookmark. You might also notice On This Day items starting to appear in your News Feed.
Source: Facebook begins rolling out nostalgic On This Day feature to Web mobile app